Cristiano Ronaldo To Saudi Arabia: A 7-Year Al-Nassr Deal Close

Cristiano Ronaldo Saudi Arabia move gathers momentum

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Saudia Arabia move is now getting closer as reports suggest the announcement could be in hours. A move to Saudi Arabia’s football club Al-Nassr may just be the next thing for Cristiano. Agreements between Al Nassr and Cristiano Ronaldo are widely reported t have been reached by several media outlets, notably Marca. Cristiano Ronaldo To Saudi Arabia transfer will break the internet.

The Spanish sports newspaper said a deal should be made official in the coming hours. He is set to sign until 2030. Two and a half years as a player and the rest as an official ambassador for Saudi Arabia’s 2030 World Cup bid. Cristiano Ronaldo To Saudi Arabia is a move now more than likely to happen.

Additionally, Ronaldo is to receive a fiery two hundred million dollars ($200M) a year. Should the deal be made, the Riyadh side would see Ronaldo represent them in front of a twenty-five thousand capacity Mrsool Park.

Cristiano Ronaldo representing Portugal as talks of Saudi Arabia move gathers momentum
Cristiano Ronaldo representing Portugal

Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United Sour End

Ronaldo, a five-time Ballon d’Or winner has also recently seen his contract terminated by Manchester United football club. Following an interview with British journalist Piers Morgan. The men’s international football all-time top scorer launched scathing attacks at his former club. Citing poor management of the American owners, Glazers. That obviously didn’t end well and Ronaldo’s contract was mutually terminated by the club.

The thirty-seven (37) year old lost one of his twin babies earlier this year. The other was hospitalized for some time. The all-time UEFA Champions League top scorer thought the club did not offer him enough support during that tumultuous time.

World Cup Heartbreak For Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo saw his Portugal side eliminated from the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup by Morocco in the quarter-final.

Cristiano Ronaldo To Saudi Arabia move is gathering serious momentum and an announcement may just be looming.

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  1. December 31, 2022

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