Cristiano Ronaldo Al Nassr contract: Where will Ex-Manchester United legend live in Saudi Arabia following $200M massive signing?

Cristiano Ronaldo has finally revealed where he will be playing next. Al Nassr FC of the Saudi Pro League pulled off a major coup by signing one of the all-time greats, which will undoubtedly draw media attention and financial support.

Numerous journalists had previously confirmed that a transfer involving Ronaldo and Al Nassr was on the cards, and now that the smoke has cleared, it has actually happened as Al Nassr confirmed it, at a cost of ending Ronaldo’s desire to compete in the UCL competition.

He will make his first career appearance outside of Europe after playing for Sporting CP, Manchester United, and Real Madrid.

Ronaldo is most affected by his reunion with the Red Devil because it seemed like a waste of two years of his career, and he never really discovered the peak form of his game.

In 10 appearances for the club during the current Premier League season, Ronaldo managed just one goal and provided further no assist. To make matter worse, he had a conflict with his manager and remained sidelined for a lengthy period of time.

A horrendous outing to the World Cup campaign didn’t help Ronaldo’s cause as he netted only once, thanks to his Penalty goal against Ghana, and was benched twice by Fernando Santos ultimately leading to Portugal’s elimination from the tournament in the quarterfinals.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Saudi Club, Al Nassr offered him a lucrative contract that, when it finally expires in 2025, could net him $200 million.

Ronaldo is currently searching for a home in Riyadh that is close to his new club. He sets high standards for the property because his family will be moving in with him.

After their match against Al Khaleej, Al Nassr will introduce Ronaldo as their new forward, with the Winter Transfer period beginning with the start of the new year.


Salah Uddin Rafi

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Sports Content Writer. Covering F1, Tennis, Naskar and mostly Soccer. Graduated from Jahangirnagar University. A game of football is relentlessly uncompromised because passion runs thick through the veins.


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