Cristiano Ronaldo, a former player for Manchester United, is said to have agreed to a two-year contract with the Saudi Arabian team Al Nassr.
Since his contract with Manchester United was canceled as a result of Ronaldo’s reaction-filled interview with Piers Morgan, the player has been a free agent. According to speculations circulating on social media, Ronaldo signed a seven-year contract as part of which he will serve as an ambassador while visiting the Arab nation.
Additionally, there are rumors that he will support Saudi Arabia’s joint bid with Egypt and Greece to host the 2030 World Cup as part of his duties as an ambassador. With commercial partnerships taken into account, Ronaldo is anticipated to make €200 million annually.
Bayern Munich, Napoli, Chelsea, Atletico Madrid, and Ronaldo have all been mentioned. But Al-Nassr, one of Saudi Arabia’s most prosperous clubs, has won the league nine times, most recently in 2019.
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