Cristiano Ronaldo joins Saudi Arabian Al Nassr

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Cristiano Ronaldo, a former forward for Manchester United, has agreed to sign a $75 million per year contract with Saudi Arabia’s Al-Nassr.

Ronaldo’s brief stint as a free agent has come to an end after weeks of speculation.

The Portuguese international, who severed connections with Manchester United back in November, has reportedly reached an agreement to join Saudi club Al-Nassr.

According to reports, the player signed the contract on Friday. The club plans to officially announce the player’s signing after their match against Al-Khaleej on Saturday.

The 37-year- old’s was first mentioned on Boxing Day, according to the most recent information, which was originally published by the Saudi website Arriyadiyah.

These tests are said to have already been administered in their first round, with the second stage scheduled for next week.

Although a move to Al-Nassr was initially rumored to be happening at the end of November, CBS Sports has discovered that the news was delayed since no other significant bidders from Europe and abroad surfaced this week, thereby ending Ronaldo’s career at the highest level.

Although the 37-year- old’s hopes of playing in the Champions League look to be over, the attacker will be handsomely compensated and have a lot of influence at his new team.

When his playing career concludes in 2024, Ronaldo will earn a staggering $75 million (£61.1 million) a year at Al-Nassr and transition into an ambassadorial job.

Source: Gyamerah

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