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Ronaldo Signs a $75 Million Contract With Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia

  • Publish date: Friday، 30 December 2022
Ronaldo Signs a $75 Million Contract With Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia

The Portuguese international, who severed connections with Manchester United back in November, has reportedly signed a contract to join Saudi club Al-Nassr. According to reports, the player signed the contract on Friday. The club expects to officially announce the player's signing after their match against Al-Khaleej on Saturday.

As his retirement neared, he made a decision that will effectively mark the end of his peak playing career but ensure he is very well funded. In addition to a salary that is well over $1 million a week, Ronaldo's revenues might more than treble through the sale of his image rights. He is also anticipated to have a part in Saudi Arabia's World Cup bid for 2030.

Ronaldo Signs a $75 Million Contract With Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia

Following an explosive news interview in which the player claimed to feel betrayed by the club and to have no regard for their Dutch manager Erik ten Hag, Ronaldo abruptly quit Premier League club Manchester United last month.

A move to Saudi Arabia is likely to be the final chapter in the career of one of the finest players in the game right now, along with Lionel Messi, as Ronaldo stated that Qatar would likely be his last World Cup because he plans to retire at 40.