It’s the bomb of the day. Free since leaving Manchester United, Cristiano Ronaldo has officially joined the Saudi club Al Nassr. A two-and-a-half-year contract has been signed by the Portuguese, who may not last forever in Saudi Arabia, contrary to what was announced for a while. Explanation.
Without a club since the termination of his contract with Manchester UnitedCristiano Ronaldo is committed toAl Nassr. The fivefold Ballon d’Or will therefore now evolve under the orders of Rudi Garcia after signing a two and a half season lease with the Saudi outfit.
A two and a half year lease signed by CR7
Cristiano Ronaldo and Al Nassr have therefore reached an agreement for a two-year contract. Nevertheless, the Portuguese should not have a retraining within his new club once his playing career is over according to the English press.
Mercato: It’s over for Cristiano Ronaldo, here’s behind the scenes of his transfer https://t.co/EjkQJezERs pic.twitter.com/lmar8BHoAN
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Ronaldo will not go beyond 2025
Contrary to recent rumors of an ambassadorial role, Cristiano Ronaldo should not extend his adventure in Saudi Arabia for the 2030 World Cup according to The Evening Standard. And for good reason, Portugal is also in the running to organize the World Cup in less than eight years, encouraging CR7 not to side with Saudi Arabia.