For $200 million-per-year Officially, Ronaldo joins the Saudi club Al-Nasr

Ronaldo joins the Saudi club Al-Nasr
Ronaldo joins the Saudi club Al-Nasr / Social Media

The famous Portuguese soccer player, Cristiano Ronaldo , announced yesterday, Friday, that he had officially joined the Saudi club Al-Nasr, in a deal believed to be worth more than 200 million euros, as the 37-year-old drafted a contract for two and a half seasons, in a free transfer, until 2025. , after he terminated his contract with his former club, Manchester United.

The club shared a picture of the Portuguese star holding the yellow Al-Nasr shirt with his favorite number 7 printed on it, next to him, the president of the Saudi Al-Nasr Club, Musalla Al Muammar, via social media, and said: “History is in the making. This signature will not only inspire our club to achieve more success, Rather, he will inspire our league, our nation and the generations to come, boys and girls to be the best version of themselves. Welcome Cristiano to your new home, AlNassrFC.”

“I can’t wait to discover a new football league in a different country , ” said the former Manchester United , Real Madrid and Juventus player. For his part, a representative of Ronaldo refused to disclose the terms of the deal.

Ronaldo’s signing came after rumors had swirled since leaving Manchester United that he was about to sign for a club in Saudi Arabia, something he had previously denied.

In an exclusive announcement, it was revealed that the transfer of Ronaldo had a value surpassing 200 million euros per season and that next week he will be arriving in Riyadh to continue his legacy. After leading Portugal to Euro 2016 glory, there’s no doubt fans are eager for him to showcase what he can do with Saudi Arabia as well.

Ronaldo’s departure from Manchester United

Ronaldo’s return to Manchester United from Juventus last year was met with fanfare by the club’s supporters, but his second spell at the club failed to match the success of his first as United finished last season without any trophies.

Ronaldo’s departure from Manchester United brought the 37-year-old’s second spell at the club to a difficult and disappointing end after he scored just once in 10 Premier League appearances this season. He was largely used as a substitute on the bench by Ten Hag, and in October coach Erik ten Hag refused him entry to the pitch against Tottenham Hotspur. He disrespects the rest of his teammates and coach Erik ten Hag. During the match, the camera spotted Ronaldo, who seemed very upset at staying away from goals and scoring.

In an interview with Piers Morgan for TalkTV released just before the start of the World Cup, Ronaldo explained how he felt betrayed by United and had no respect for manager Erik ten Hag.

Despite a disappointing Qatar 2022 World Cup with Portugal, Ronaldo became the first man to score in five World Cups.

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