Cristiano Ronaldo’s $22bn abode reunites two Bayern Munich outcasts in Sadio Mane, Oliver Kahn

Cristiano Ronaldo has been in top form since joining Al Nassr. His presence has inspired other top players like Karim Benzema and N’Golo Kante to join the league. Former Bayern Munich superstar Sadio Mane has also joined him at Al Nassr, a club currently valued at $22 billion.

Both stars scored in yesterday’s match against Al Raed, which they won 3-1. However, before the match, both Ronaldo and Mane had an unexpected visitor in former German and Bayern Munich goalkeeping legend Oliver Kahn.

Oliver Kahn meets Cristiano Ronaldo, Mane in Al Nassr visit

Kahn is currently on a trip to Saudi Arabia where he is viewing the Saudi clubs. He had already attended Al Hilal’s match previously where he had met Neymar Jr make his debut. Yesterday, before the game against Al Raed, the former Bayern CEO was in the stands to watch Ronaldo and co take part in a training session.

After the training session, the German icon met Cristiano Ronaldo and Sadio Mane. Ironically, it was Kahn who had brought Mane to Bayern during his tenure as CEO. Kahn also passed on the opportunity to sign Cristiano Ronaldo during his time as Bayern CEO. Nevertheless, the two stars let bygones be bygones and met with the former Bayern legend.

Kahn posted the pictures on his Twitter handle, writing the caption, ” Thanks to @AlNassrFC_EN for hosting me during a training session and showing me their facilities. Besides I had the time to meet up with @Cristiano and @SMane_Officiel. Now back in Germany. It will be interesting to see how @SPL_EN will develop in the future.”

Fans plead Kahn to become CEO of Ronaldo’s Saudi side

Kahn last served as the CEO of Bayern Munich, but was sacked following the club facing many problems. And now many Al Nassr fans wish to see him in a similar role at the club. One fan wrote, “Hello Oli, Please become CEO at Al Nassr. Thanks.”

It is clear that many fans are dissatisfied with Al Nassr’s management due to not building a proper squad compared to other competitors. Last season, they lost the title to Al Ittihad, which has been disappointing for many of the fans. With Oliver Kahn as CEO, Al Nassr will get a very experienced football personality in charge of the club gaining a proper vision.

Fazal Al Bashar

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Fazal is a passionate soccer aficionado, who when not discovering the latest soccer stories and rumors, indulges in playing FIFA all night. While he sucks at the sport, he knows the who and what in all things soccer-related.


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