Marca: Cristiano Ronaldo WILL sign for Al Nassr in £175 million per year contract


According to Marca, Cristiano Ronaldo will reportedly agree to a £175 million per year contract with Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr before the year is up.

As a result of the 37-year-salacious old’s interview with Piers Morgan earlier this month, his contract with Manchester United was terminated.

Before the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Ronaldo, who is presently in Dubai, was connected with the Saudi Arabian club but declined to comment because he was focused on the competition.

Ronaldo, 37, is reportedly waiting in Dubai while they finalize a deal since Al-Nassr wants to sign him before the end of the year.

The Portugal international turned down a move to Saudi Arabia last summer, but he now appears destined to make the move after receiving no firm interest from Europe’s top teams.

One of the most successful clubs in Saudi Arabia is Al-Nassr, which has won the nation’s top division nine times, the most recent of which was in 2019.

Al-Nassr may not have won the league in either 2020 or 2021, but they did succeed in winning the Saudi Super Cup. They have, however, found it difficult to stand out on a worldwide scale.

They did, however, take part in the 1999–2000 Club World Cup. They competed against Real Madrid, one of Ronaldo’s old teams, and lost 3-1.

They went on to defeat Raja Casablanca 4-3, but they were eliminated from the competition after losing 2-0 to Corinthians of Brazil.

Rudi Garcia, a Frenchman who has previously managed Roma, Marseille, and Al-Nassr, is now in charge of the team. Additionally, they play in a 25,000-seat stadium.

Shortly after his contract with Manchester United was ended, Ronaldo moved. He left the team after giving an angry interview to Morgan in which he attacked the Glazers, Erik ten Hag, and the club.

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