Cristiano Ronaldo ‘agrees £173m-a-year’ contract with Saudi Arabia side Al Nassr

Cristiano Ronaldo ‘agrees £173m-a-year’ contract with Saudi Arabia side Al Nassr

Cristiano Ronaldo has allegedly signed a two-and-a-half-year contract to play with Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia.

This month, Ronaldo left Manchester United after they decided to end his contract early.

It came after his fiery interview with Piers Morgan in which he attacked Erik ten Hag and the club’s leadership.

Now that he is free to sign with any club, the 37-year-old can choose his next club, according to sources.

Speculations on Wednesday state that he has accepted a two-and-a-half year deal for £173million-a-year with Saudi side Al Nassr.

Journalist Fabrizio Romano confirmed that Ronaldo had received the formal offer from the Saudi club. He wrote on Twitter, “Cristiano Ronaldo has received a formal proposal from Al Nassr, confirmed.

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“Ronaldo Almost €200m per season until 2025. Big part is sponsor deals, so it’s not clear yet if image rights can be agreed. Nothing done/signed or decided. Cristiano, focused on World Cup.”

During his interview with Piers Morgan, Ronaldo previously revealed he rejected a £306m offer to move to a Saudi Arabia side in the summer.

Instead, he stayed at Old Trafford, but played just 520 minutes of Premier League action and scored one goal.

Following his exit, Ronaldo released a statement and said, “Following talks with Manchester United, we’ve mutually agreed to end our contract,” the striker said.

 

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