Cristiano Ronaldo signs for Saudi Al-Nassr
After parting ways with Manchester United, tired of his disagreements with Erik ten Hag, Cristiano Ronaldohas chosen destination. She goes away from the elite. He has signed for Al-Nasrr saudi & iacute; for two and a half years that will make him the highest paid player in the world. At 37 years old, and with a salary that, including variables, could be around 200 million euros, the Portuguese star will discover his career. He moved to a much lesser league after playing for Sporting de Portugal, Manchester United, Madrid, Juventus and again his unsuccessful stint at United.
History in the making. This is a signing that will not only inspire our club to achieve even greater success but inspire our league, our nation and future generations, boys and girls to be the best version of themselves. Welcome @Cristiano to your new home @AlNassrFC pic.twitter.com/oan7nu8NWC
— AlNassr FC (@AlNassrFC_EN) December 30, 2022
“I'm looking forward to experiencing a new soccer league in a different country,” said Cristiano in his first statements, already transformed into a new player for the Saudi club, which leads the league in his country. “The vision that Al-Nasr Club has is very inspiring and I am excited to join my teammates,” added the Portuguese striker, who has not found a host team in years. ;ends of his career.
الري اضي الأعظـم عالميًا 🌏
يـوقع رسميًا لـ #العالمي 🤩#رونالدو_نصرا& #x648;ي pic.twitter.com/BBq469mAYh
— نادي النصر السعودي (@AlNassrFC) December 30, 2022
He did not manage to He won the Champions League at Juventus as he intended just after leaving Madrid. Nor did it succeed. at Juventus, which is why, little by little, he was running out of high-level outings.
A signing to “inspire” the Saudi league
That's why he had to end up in the Saudi League. where will you have He hired Rudi García, former coach of Olympique de Lyon and Roma, among other teams, as a coach, sharing a dressing room with other footballers (David Ospina, the former Colombian goalkeeper for Nañ ;poles, the Spanish central defender Álvaro González, among others) who exhaust their days at Al-Nassr, who wants to attract more stars in Saudi Arabia.
In this sense, Al Nassr, who has been nine times champion of the Saudi Pro League, has described the signing as “a developing story”, in addition to recalling that the arrival of Cristiano would “inspire our league, nation and future generations, boys and girls to be the best version of themselves.”