Cristiano Ronaldo Signs For Saudi Arabian Club Al Nassr for Worth ‘Greater Than 200m Euros’

Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United to part ways by 'mutual agreement' with immediate effect



Cristiano Ronaldo on Friday signed for Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia, the club introduced, in an offer believed to be worth more than 200 million euros.
Cristiano Ronaldo on Friday signed for Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia, the club announced, in a deal believed to be worth greater than 200 million euros. The 37-year-old penned a contract which will certainly take him to June 2025. “I can’t wait to discover a new football league in a different country,” claimed the former Manchester United, Real Madrid and also Juventus player. The Portuguese celebrity was pictured on the Al Nassr Twitter feed holding a blue and yellow shirt with his favoured number 7 printed on the back.

“The vision with which Al Nassr runs is extremely inspiring, and also I am delighted to join my teammates, to make sure that with each other we can assist the team achieve higher success,” he included.

Al Nassr have actually won 9 Saudi Arabian league titles, the last in 2019.

“This is greater than history planned. This is a signing that will certainly not just motivate our club to achieve also higher success yet influence our league, our nation and also future generations, young boys and girls to be the very best variation of themselves. Welcome @cristiano to your new residence @alnassr_fc,” tweeted the Saudis.

Ronaldo heads to the Gulf after a year that saw him delegated to the bench for Portugal and cut adrift by Manchester United.

United split ways with the Portuguese star after the professional onward gave an explosive TV meeting in which he stated he really felt “betrayed” by the club and had no respect for trainer Erik ten Hag.

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