Ronaldo Will Sign 7-Year Contract For $1.4 Billion With Saudi Arabia’s Al-Nasssr

According to rumors out of Spain, Cristiano Ronaldo has signed a deal with Al-Nassr and will be playing for them in Saudi Arabia beginning in 2023. According to rumors out of Spain, Cristiano Ronaldo has signed a deal with Al-Nassr and will be playing for them in Saudi Arabia beginning in 2023. At the end of November, rumors began circulating that a contract was “close,” and it now looks that Ronaldo will play club football for the first time in a region of the world other than Europe.

The Spanish publication Marca claims that the agreement is “complete,” with the Portuguese star signing a two-year contract for €200 million ($172 million). His starting salary will be roughly €100m (£86m), but with advertising and sponsorship, it will quickly skyrocket to a record-breaking amount, making him the most-paid athlete in history.

If the deal is finalized, it would indicate that Ronaldo has no plans to add to his collection of domestic and European club trophies, which already includes five Champions Leagues, three Premier Leagues, two La Ligas, two Serie A crowns, and a number of cup tournament victories. There were rumors that Ronaldo will return to the club where he began his professional career, Sporting Lisbon.

Ronaldo Will Sign 7-Year Contract For $1.4 Billion With Saudi Arabia's Al-Nasssr
Ronaldo Will Sign 7-Year Contract For $1.4 Billion With Saudi Arabia’s Al-Nasssr

Since the beginning of the season, Ronaldo’s benching by new Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has been a big discussion topic. The issue began when Ronaldo, who is 37 years old, declined to come on as a substitute for United in the last minutes of their 2-0 victory against Tottenham and walked off the field before the final whistle.

The 3-1 loss to Aston Villa was Ronaldo‘s last game as United’s captain. Ronaldo later said to Piers Morgan of TalkTV that Ten Hag “doesn’t show respect” towards him and that he feels “betrayed.” He criticized the team, saying there had been “no evolution” since he left Old Trafford for the first time in 2009.

With United’s November 22 announcement of the immediate termination of Ronaldo’s contract, Ronaldo has been attending the 2022 World Cup in Qatar as a free agent. In Portugal’s thrilling 3-2 triumph against Ghana, he scored a penalty and became the first player to score at five separate World Cups. Despite an unexpected loss to South Korea, Portugal won their group and advanced to Tuesday’s round of 16. They will face Switzerland.

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News out of Spain claims that Cristiano Ronaldo has signed a contract to play for Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia starting in 2023. Reports out of Spain claim that Cristiano Ronaldo has signed a contract to play for Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia beginning in 2023.

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