Saudi Arabia set to bend marriage law for Cristiano Ronaldo, Georgina Rodríguez

Saudi Arabian authority will loosen up the rules to allow Cristiano Ronaldo and his family to coexist, despite initial concerns regarding the enforcement of existing laws in the middle eastern country.

Ronaldo kissing his partner after the UCL victory. Image Source: Twitter

Cristiano Ronaldo is having a great time with his new team, as the legendary Portuguese was spotted enjoying himself and bringing positive energy to the Saudi club after enduring a difficult time with Manchester United and his national team at the recently concluded World Cup 2022.

Ronaldo joined Al Nassr at the beginning of the winter transfer window and was officially unveiled on January 3 after receiving a hero’s welcome from the club and fans after promising to deliver glory and trophies in return.

Due to their marital status and the laws of the order of the country, there was apprehension as to whether the legendary footballer would be permitted to remain with his partner, but the government has decided to bend the rules for CR7, setting a new example for the people of Arab.

“Although the laws still prohibit cohabitation without a marriage contract, the authorities have begun to turn a blind eye and do not persecute anyone. Of course, these laws are used when there is a problem or a crime,” one lawyer said in the report.

Despite the fear of laws and orders, the former Manchester icon could not turn down the tremendous offer, and this will make Cr7 the highest-paid athlete in the world and earn him almost $200 million annually.

After a cast of doubt regarding both his and his partner’s position, he will now be more relieved than ever with the laws’ remissions undoubtedly aiding his cause.

The debut of Ronaldo representing the yellow jersey has been postponed as he is currently serving a two-game suspension for assaulting a young fan and smashing his phone during a 2-1 loss to Everton at Goodison Park back in 2022.


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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