The Saudi Pro League, previously idealised as a potential menace, appeared to be a fertile ground where clubs could dispose of aging, declining players who were unable to command substantial transfer fees. Most players recruited were either in their 30s or approaching that age, cashing in on the lucrative offers. However, reports indicate the reluctance of players, such as Jordan Henderson, to stay in the league. Issues such as the harsh climate, low attendance, and the unfavorable environment for families have led players to reconsider their decisions. Furthermore, performance-related problems and cultural shock also contribute to their desire to leave. Despite the financial allure, these challenges may deter future recruits. The future of Saudi Arabia’s soccer supremacy remains uncertain.