Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo responds after his group lost the Qatar World Cup quarter-last match against Morocco at the Al Thumama Arena in Doha on December 10, 2022.
Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo is set to play for Saudi Arabia’s Al Nassr football from January 1, 2023, the Jeddah-based Saudi Journal announced, refering to Spanish media.
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Ronaldo will supposedly sign in on a/long term agreement worth $217 million agreement with the Saudi club, the paper’s web-based version revealed.
The Spanish games everyday paper Marca expressed that the football star would “before the year is finished”.
Only a couple of days before the World Cup in Qatar, the striker cut off his binds with Manchester Joined together, liberating him to take part in discussions with any group.
In spite of the declarations that Champions Association clubs would arrange to sign him, Al-Nassr at first showed more interest.
Ronaldo had expected to keep contending in the top club association in Europe.