Daily Mail: Ronaldo agrees to the Saudi victory offer
Cristiano Ronaldo, the former Manchester United star, agreed to the Saudi Al-Nasr offer to move to his ranks, after his participation with the Portugal national team ended after the end of the 2022 World Cup, which is currently being held in Qatar.
Manchester United had announced the termination of the contract of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo by mutual consent, after attacking Dutch coach Eric Ten Hag and the club’s management.
The British newspaper “Dale Mail”, quoting the Spanish newspaper “Marca”, reported that the Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo had agreed to the offer submitted by the Saudi club Al-Nasr to join its ranks after the World Cup, amounting to 173 million pounds, which he gets in exchange for wearing the world shirt for two and a half years, The equivalent of 200 million euros, including salary and advertisements.
Cristiano Ronaldo had refused to move to the Saudi League last summer, but due to the lack of interest in European clubs to include him, it seems that he is now ready to take the step.
Al-Nasr is one of the most successful clubs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as it has won the First Division title 9 times in its history, and its last victory was in 2019.