According to “AS,” Cristiano Ronaldo has verbally agreed to play for Al Nassr until 2025 because he is sick of waiting for offers from European clubs. They view the case from Manchester United as being resolved.
Cristiano Ronaldo is now aware of the location of his final dance in the sport of football. The Portuguese player’s next stop will be Al Nassr after his contentious exit from Manchester United, a team he disparaged in an interview with Piers Morgan, reports ‘AS’.
After meeting with the player’s representatives on Tuesday, the Madeira man—whom the Saudi team had been keeping an eye on—finally chose to commit to their endeavor. The number 7 has decided where he will play next because he is tired of waiting for a European team. He received no offers during the summer or this season.
Several media outlets, including “Marca,” have speculated in recent days that the striker would travel to Dubai to complete the deal. Both sides have verbally agreed, so all that is needed to do is sign off on the agreement and determine when it will be made public.
Al Nassr is confident that Cristiano will sign a contract through 2025, according to “AS,” and he will not be paid the rumored €200 million every season. The club’s highest-paid player currently makes €10 million a year.
His contract will expire when he turns 40, and Manchester United already believes that his future club will be in the Middle East. The Madeira player is on the verge of quitting European football after playing for Sporting Lisbon, Real Madrid, and Juventus.