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OFFICIAL: Cristiano Ronaldo joins Al-Nassr

Cristiano Ronaldo has signed a two-year, €200 million-per-year contract with Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr.

Ronaldo’s future was uncertain after Manchester United released him on the eve of the World Cup.

In an interview with Piers Morgan, the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo superstar criticized United’s Glazer family ownership and manager Erik ten Hag. Shortly after, the player and club parted ways “by mutual consent.”

Ronaldo has opted to retire in the Middle East after failing to find a team to assist him in breaking his Champions League record of 140 goals.

Ronaldo will play for Al-Nassr for the next two and a half seasons before becoming an ambassador for Saudi Arabia’s World Cup bid in 2030.

Ronaldo’s contract

According to reports, Al-Nassr will sell up to three players so that Ronaldo’s deal does not violate regional financial rules.

Vincent Aboubakar, who scored a fantastic chip for Cameroon against Serbia at the World Cup, was already seeking a new club when he heard that Al-Nassr was considering signing another striker, regardless of whether or not it was Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ronaldo’s salary as a Saudi Arabian ambassador is expected to exceed his salary in his final years as a player.

Ronaldo has won the Champions League and the Ballon d’Or five times each, with the majority of his victories coming with Real Madrid, for whom he scored an unfathomable Between 2009 and 2018, 438 games produced 450 goals.

Recently, he experienced a second unsuccessful stint at United before scoring a lone penalty goal for Portugal at the World Cup.


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