Cristiano Ronaldo would continue his career in Saudi Arabia

The Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, who qualified with the Lusitanian team to the round of 16 of the World Cup in Qatar, is about to close his arrival at Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia, after being released from Manchester United, with a contract of 200 million euros per season, revealed the European press.

The commitment that would be signed when Ronaldo finishes his performance in Qatar will be for two and a half seasons and in total he would earn 500 million euros, including salary and advertising agreements.

“Once his career in Europe had come to an end, with United’s conflictive exit from the Premier League, Cristiano opted for money instead of competition,” said the Spanish sports newspaper Marca.

It is clear that no team from the Old Continent comes even close to the proposal made by the Arab team, nor does the American MLS. Therefore Saudi Arabia would be the destination for which the notable scorer, former Real Madrid and Juventus, will opt.

Al Nassr is led by the Frenchman Rudi García and the squad includes the presence of the Argentinean Gonzalo “Pity” Martínez, the Colombian goalkeeper David Ospina and the Spanish Álvaro González. Its home matches are played in Ryad, more precisely at Mrsool Park, with capacity for 25,000 fans.

The Arab team had several Argentine coaches in its history such as Edgardo Bauza, Gustavo Costas, Gustavo Quinteros and Miguel Ángel Russo.

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