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Cristiano Ronaldo officially confirmed to join Al Nassr FC

All speculations come to an end as Cristiano Ronaldo officially confirmed to join Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr FC. There were talks around him of joining the Saudi Arabian club after his contract was terminated by Manchester United. As per reports from Saudi Arabia suggest, the deal is now confirmed.

 

Ronaldo deal ‘to be announced after game’

Cristiano Ronaldo’s apparent move to Al-Nassr will be confirmed after tomorrow’s away game at Al Khaleej, reports say.

The Manchester United and Portugal legend, 37, is said to have passed they key parts of a medical and signed a huge contract.

And CBS Sports suggest his switch to Riyadh will be officially announced on Saturday.

It’s also reported that Ronaldo will take more medical tests next week.

Cristiano Ronaldo is going to become the highest-paid sportsperson of all time after reportedly agreeing a transfer to Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr.

The former United star agreed to terminate his contract with the Red Devils after slamming the club in a tell-all interview with Piers Morgan.

Drinks are on me. (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)
Drinks are on me. (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)Source: Getty Images

 

Ronaldo criticised the lack of progress at the club since Sir Alex Ferguson left and revealed he does not respect Erik ten Hag.

He also claimed the Glazers do not care about United and are more interested making money out of marketing the club

  • Ron admitted money was tough to resist

    Before his Old Trafford exit, Cristiano Ronaldo had already admitted huge sums mentioned over a possible move to Saudi Arabia were extremely difficult to resist.

    The Portugal legend, 37, said: “It’s hard – it’s hard. But in the same way, I thought that I was very happy here; that I [am] still capable to score goals and make people happy.

    “I still believe that I can score many many goals and help the team because I still believe that I’m still good and capable to help the national team – even Manchester United.

    “But if you don’t feel around you that the energy’s on your side, it’s difficult.

    “Of course, the criticism is gonna exists all the time. Ah he’s 37, he’s not the same.

    “But I want to see if some guy of my age maintains the level that I show. You’re not gonna teach me that. Nobody is gonna teach me that.”

    Cristiano Ronaldo officially confirmed to join Al Nassr FC
    Cristiano Ronaldo officially confirmed to join Al Nassr FC

 

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