Cristiano Ronaldo to play with Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr until 2025
Manchester United fans are still processing the news about the G.O.A.T of their team, Cristiano Ronaldo transferring to Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr. He claimed that he had a mutual agreement with the club to end the contract; hence, this is the right time for him to seek a new challenge. Sources claim that Ronaldo has already signed a contract with Al Nassr and is providing him with a record-breaking salary.
According to Reuters, he has signed this contract for two years and is willing to play for Al Nassr and Asia. Ronaldo asserted he feels lucky to have achieved all of his goals in European football and feels this is the right time to share his experience in Asia. He looks happy about his decision and is happier to finally have a club after 22 November. He left Manchester United on the 22nd of November.
How much will Al Nassar pay Cristiano Ronaldo?
Ronaldo has signed a contract already, and his payment was also discussed during this time. Many sources claim that he will be worth more than 200 million euros, and that’s a huge amount of money. Following an unpleasant interview with Piers Morgan in which he attacked the club’s owners, the Glazers, and manager Erik ten Hag, among others, his contract with Manchester United was cancelled by mutual consent. As a result, he had to lose £26 million, yet he is now making much more money.
This famous player was a part of Manchester United in 2003, and later, he transferred to Real Madrid in 2009. Again he transferred from Real Madrid to Juventus in the year 2018 and got paid £117M. He again transferred to Manchester United and got paid £12.24M. He now signed up in Al Nassar and is getting more than £200M, which is the highest he is getting paid until now.
Did Al Nassar want Messi first?
Rudi Garcia, the coach of Al Nassar, made a joke that he wanted to sign Lionel Messi first, which was almost a deal breaker. Garcia made a mockery of the 2022 world cup victory by joking that he had initially tried to sign Messi before Ronaldo. For much of Ronaldo’s career, Argentina has been Ronaldo’s greatest rival as they compete for records and the Ballon d’Or. However, they reached an agreement, and Ronaldo signed the contract.
After making this statement, Rudi saved himself by laughing a little, but he might have meant it. Despite this, the club Al Nassar looks happy to have this legendary player and looks forward to more wins as a team. The club also tweeted that history was in the making and welcomed him to the team giving him a new jersey the club.
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