Cristiano Ronaldo Reportedly Agrees £173m To Join Saudi Arabia Club Al Nassr

Cristiano Ronaldo Reportedly Agrees £173m To Join Saudi Arabia Club Al Nassr

Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly agreed to a three-year deal worth €200 million with Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr. 

The 37-year-old is on the lookout for a new team after Manchester United terminated his contract few weeks ago in response to his controversial interview with Piers Morgan earlier this month.

According to Marca, Ronaldo has been given a three-year contract for approximately €200 million (£173 million) per year until 2025, with an initial agreement to join the Saudi Arabian side after the World Cup.

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Ronaldo, who is currently a free agent, has long been a target for Al Nassr and other Middle Eastern football clubs; however, no agreement has been reached, and he is now focused on the World Cup with his country.

Conversations are said to have begun in the summer, and the team is currently waiting for Ronaldo’s final decision. 

Ronaldo’s potential employers Al-Nassr is one of the most successful clubs in Saudi Arabia, having won the country’s top flight nine times, the most recent title being in 2019. 

After eight games this season, they are currently second in the Saudi Pro League. They’ve won six of those games, scoring 18 goals and conceding just three. 

Ronaldo has undoubtedly made an impression on the tournament in Qatar, becoming the first male player to score in five World Cups with his goal against Ghana in Portugal’s first game.

He claimed to have scored against Uruguay, only for Adidas to release a statement confirming that he did not get a touch on Bruno Fernandes’ cross.

The 2016 European champions round-off their group stage commitments against South Korea on Friday.


Eben Mugeez

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