Ronaldo Moves to Al Nassr in Two-Year Deal

Ronaldo Moves to Al Nassr (ESPN)

Cristiano Ronaldo, the renowned Portuguese captain and former Manchester United superstar, has made a groundbreaking move to Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr, signing a two-year contract worth a staggering £173 million per year. The announcement was made official on Al Nassr’s Twitter handle, welcoming Ronaldo to his new home.

Ronaldo expressed his excitement for this new chapter, stating, “I’m thrilled for this new experience in a different league and country. Al Nassr’s vision is inspiring, and I’m eager to join my teammates and contribute to the team’s success.”

Cristiano Ronaldo, the renowned Portuguese captain (ESPN)

This move marks a remarkable shift in Ronaldo’s career, as he previously sought to play in the Champions League this season. However, the lucrative offer from Al Nassr proved too enticing to resist, despite initially turning down a £3 million per week deal to play in Saudi Arabia.

Ronaldo joins forces with Vincent Aboubakar and David Ospina at Al Nassr, who are currently second in the Saudi Pro League table with seven wins from their opening 10 games. The club is also rumored to be pursuing Ronaldo’s former Real Madrid teammate, Sergio Ramos.

This high-profile signing is expected to inspire not only Al Nassr but also the entire Saudi Arabian league, nation, and future generations, as stated in the club’s Twitter announcement. Ronaldo’s move to Al Nassr marks a new era in his illustrious career, as he embarks on this exciting new chapter in the Middle East.