Cristiano Ronaldo is about to sign a very rich contract with Al Nassr. The Portuguese forward, who released himself from Manchester United in November, is ready to accept the extremely rich offer from the Arab club. So much so that the rich Saudis, reports CBS, have already scheduled medical visits with the 37-year-old attacker.
Confirmation also came from the Saudi club itself through Marcelo Salazar: "The future will be revealed at the right time. Let's wait, I'm not authorized to talk about such a big deal. He is one of the best in the history of football, an example as an athlete.
He always a great desire to win. As a Portuguese I have always supported him." According to reports from Marca, the Portuguese star involved in the World Cup in Qatar would have accepted and would be ready to wear this new shirt starting from January 1st.
$200 million a season, most of which is commercial revenue, for two and a half years. These would be the figures offered by the Arabs for the Portuguese champion, who separated from Manchester United at the end of November.
Ronaldo could indeed end up being a new soccer star in Saudi Arabia. In recent days, in fact, the Portuguese would have been tempted by a multimillion-dollar offer from Al-Nassr, a team from Riyadh, a club in the capital of Saudi Arabia, coached by Rudi Garcia.
The Portuguese returned to Manchester on 31 August 2021, suddenly leaving Juventus. In this year and little more than his adventure at United CR7 he scored 27 goals in 54 appearances, with six goals in 7 games played in the Champions League last season.
The British club made official the departure of the Portuguese star after CR7's statements in an interview with the Sun. The statement from United explained: "Cristiano Ronaldo leaves Manchester United with immediate effect following a consensual agreement.
The club thanks CR7 for his immense contribution in two experiences at Old Trafford in which he scored 145 goals in 346 appearances and wishes him and his family the best for the future. Everyone at United remains focused on the team's progress under the leadership of Erik ten Hag and work together to achieve results in the field."