According to sources cited by journalist Jose Felix Diaz of Marca, the world-famous Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly being approached to join Saudi Arabia’s Al-Nassr FC club after formally severing ties with MU on November 23.
After formally severing ties with MU on November 23, the superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly being approached to join Saudi Arabia’s Al-Nassr FC club, according to sources cited by journalist Jose Felix Diaz of Marca.
After a shocking interview with journalist Piers Morgan recently, Cristiano Ronaldo was released by the MU club and the two parties parted ways amicably rather than going through legal proceedings or seeking compensation as the British press had predicted.
Cristiano Ronaldo will benefit from this scenario by becoming a free agent in time for the 2022 World Cup. Ronaldo is reportedly searching for a new team to join in order to calm his mental state and help Portugal win the World Cup.
Unexpectedly, Al-Nassr FC of Saudi Arabia is the new team Cristiano Ronaldo wants to join. They are prepared to pay this superstar a salary of more than 2.3 million euros per week.
Al-Nassr FC presented this enormous offer to Cristiano Ronaldo in the summer of this year, but the Portuguese superstar turned it down. But now that he is a free agent and it might be challenging to get into the top clubs to watch the Champions League as desired, it’s possible that this player will think twice about accepting the invitation.
The possibility that Cristiano Ronaldo wants to stay in England and play for Newcastle, a club with Saudi Arabian owners, before moving on to Al-Nassr FC for one or two more seasons was also revealed by journalist Jose Felix Diaz of Marca.