As he wants to retire at age 40, Cristiano Ronaldo stated that Qatar would likely be his final World Cup. A move to Saudi Arabia is likely to be the final chapter in the career of one of the finest players in the game right now.
Cristiano Ronaldo, the captain of Portugal. He has signed a two and a half year contract with Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr.
Following an explosive televised interview in which the 37-year-old forward claimed to feel betrayed by the organisation. And to have no regard for their Dutch boss Erik ten Hag, Ronaldo left Old Trafford last month.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner will join on a term through 2025, according to a statement from Al Nassr, but no financial information was provided. According to media estimates, Ronaldo’s contract is worth more over 200 million euros ($214.04 million).
Ronaldo stated in the statement, “I feel that this is the ideal time to share my experience in Asia. I am lucky to have achieved what I set out to do in European football.
“I am eager to join my new teammates and work with them to advance the Club,” the speaker said.
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