Cristiano Ronaldo Set To Sign Contract With Saudi Arabian Club

Cristiano Ronaldo Set To Sign Contract With Al Nassr

Manchester United ended Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract following his awkward interview with Piers Morgan. In the interview with Piers Morgan, Cristiano Ronaldo talked about everything that has been bothering him at Manchester United. Manchester United were not happy with the way Cristiano Ronaldo handled the situation and had to come to an agreement to end the player’s contract.

Though Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t say insulting words to his teammates or manager, he felt he was telling the truth about how he was being treated at the club. After Erik Ten Hag took over, things didn’t fall out well for Cristiano Ronaldo. He was having his worst start to the season at Manchester United, having scored just three goals for the club in all competitions so far this season.

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Cristiano Ronaldo is currently playing in the World Cup with Portugal and is also having a bad time with the national team, with one goal in three games. Perhaps the problem wasn’t Manchester United after all. Following his Manchester United exit, Ronaldo received a proposal from Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr in a deal worth almost €200 million per year for 2.5 years. Though most of those earnings will be from sponsorship deals,

No deal has been agreed upon yet, but Cristiano Ronaldo has agreed to personal terms with Al Nassr and could proceed to join the club after the World Cup. Free agent Cristiano Ronaldo is looking to get back to playing club football right after the World Cup ends. His priority was to play for a top club in the Champions League, but as it stands, the offer from Saudi Arabia might be the best option Ronaldo might go with. 

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Cristiano has yet to make any comments about the rumours as he and Portugal are trying to focus on the World Cup. They will face Switzerland in the World Cup’s last 16; it is a match Ronaldo will be looking forward to as both teams have what it takes to advance to the next stage of the tournament.

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