Portuguese Professional Football star Cristiano Ronaldo has officially signed contract and joins for the ranks of Saudi Arabia’s Al-Nassr team. The biggest deal of the Al-Nassr club have a two-and-a-half-year contract from Saudi Arabia side.
Cristiano Ronaldo joins Saudi Arabia’s Al Nassr Club for Two Seasons
Cristiano Ronaldo, 37, has been a free after his Manchester United contract was pulled up last month. He will join Al-Nassr club, starting in January 2023, after his exit from the Manchester United team.
Ronaldo’s career began in Sporting Lisbon, after which he played for Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus before returning to the Manchester United for the 2nd term, and then heading to the Saudi Arabia’s capital city Riyadh.
With Portugal, Ronaldo won the European Cup 2016 and the European Nations League 2019. He also won 5 European Champions League titles, including 4 with Real Madrid, and is the historical top scorer of the tournament.
According to the reports, Cristiano Ronaldo is all set to be reunited with his teammate and fellow Champions League winner of Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos in Al-Nassr Saudi Arabian club. The report of the Marco (Spanish newspaper) states that Al-Nassr club are now trying to sign Sergio Ramos along with Cristiano Ronaldo.
The club wants to bring the star defender Sergio Ramos upon the expiry of his contract with Paris Saint-German next summer.