The Pakistanis have enough HEU fissionable fuel for 60+ bombs but have never lit one off. Why would the Saudis pay for an untested nuke?
On the other hand, Pakistan owes Saudi Arabia a lot of money and SA has cosigned on a lot of loans with the WMF.
If anything, the Saudis are camel trading for technology they don't want to have to develop themselves.
SA has had a strong interest in nukes for years as a hedge against Iran, so Debka may be at least plausible here
The Saudi-Pakistan nuclear connection has been talked about for decades, not years. Debka may be exxagerating as usual, but it’s not without all hot air. The ‘Islamic bomb’ initiative started off in the 70s with Saudi and Libyan funding.
Unless you think Pakistan’s 98 tests were all duds, the Saudis are investing in proven solutions, like they always do.
You may want to go research that........