Taking after Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure from Manchester United, the football whiz has been advertised a
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play for a Saudi Arabian Middle Eastern club. The presently 37-year-old forward is presently playing
for Portugal at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. In the middle of making history to gotten to be the primary male footballer
to score in five sequential World Mugs, CBS Sports reports that Saudi Arabia’s Al Nassr FC has advertised
Ronaldo a mammoth $225 million three-year bargain. The bargain will evidently commence after the World Cup.
Ronaldo is currently a free agent and has long been interested in Al Nassr and other Center East football clubs. Ronaldo has shown a keen interest in only playing at Europe’s highest level. The terms of the deal offered to Ronaldo will essentially be worth $75 million a year. The conversations reportedly began in the summer, and the team is currently awaiting Ronaldo’s final decision. The discussions supposedly started in the summer, and the group is currently anticipating Ronaldo’s last choice.
Al Nassr FC is one of Saudi Arabia and Asia’s most successful clubs.
In total, the club has won nine league titles. Their rival Al Hilal has reportedly made a move for Ronaldo as well.
The footballer’s future post-World Cup remains a mystery so far. Cristiano Ronaldo has not yet commented on matters after the World Cup.