Cristiano Ronaldo joins the Saudi club Al-Nasr for 200 million euros annually
December 5, 2022: Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo The Spanish newspaper Marca reported today, Monday, that the Saudi Al-Nasr Football Club will join Al-Nasr Club on January 1.
According to Marca, a deal will be agreed for 2.5 seasons. On November 30, the newspaper also reported that the Portuguese will receive 200 million euros annually, and this amount includes salary and advertising deals.
Before the start of the World Cup in Qatar, the Portuguese gave an interview to the British newspaper The Sun, in which he criticized the management of Manchester United and the team’s coach, Eric ten Hag. On November 21, the English club announced the termination of the contract with the striker.
Ronaldo, 37, is a five-time Ballon d’Or winner, five-time Champions League winner, European Champion and Nations League winner. The Portuguese is the top scorer in history in the national team, in the European Championships, in the Champions League, in the Club World Cup and in Real Madrid. During his career, he played for Sporting Portugal, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus Turin.