Cristiano Ronaldo signs for Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr

Cristiano Ronaldo‘s move to Al Nassr is set to be confirmed. According to MARCA, the Portuguese player has already signed his contract with the Saudis.

The club’s president and sporting director were in Madrid on Friday, set to take Cristiano Ronaldo to Saudi Arabia and making it official on December 31.

As MARCA has reported, talks between Cristiano Ronaldo and Al Nassr started in November during the World Cup. Talks went well and the move is now done.

MARCA reported the news weeks ago

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The first news of the Saudi club’s intentions to sign Cristiano Ronaldo came on November 23. The World Cup had just started and the relationship between CR7 and United was already broken.

The Portuguese star was looking for a new destination and that’s when the Saudi Arabia option appeared, that of Al Nassr, which MARCA reported.

A dizzying contract of 200 million euros would make him the highest paid footballer in the world, who this time will accept the Saudi offer despite rejecting them last summer.

The player had been thinking about it in recent weeks, but finally, as we reported at MARCA, he ended up committing himself to the Saudi project for two seasons and half of the remaining one, at a rate of 200 million euros for each of them.

Now the player will travel to Riyadh with the club’s representatives to finalise the details that will allow him to join his new team as of January 1.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Saudi adventure is about to begin.