Al-Nassr does not give up on signing Cristiano Ronaldo in 2023

Cristiano Ronaldo continues with an indefinite future and a move to Arab football seems to be the most likely to happen given the low interest of European football in the guy

O Al-Nassrgives Saudi Arabiaconfirmed that he remains interested in hiring Cristiano Ronaldo in January 2023. According to the directors, the club will not give up bringing the Portuguese star and will insist as far as it can to count on CR7 in the coming seasons, investing heavily in the arrival of the Dude.

Al-Nassr’s proposal is daring, offering around one billion reais a year to the Portuguese. With a contract that would run until June 2025, the idea is to have Cristiano Ronaldo in the final stretch of his career and who knows how to renew for one or two more seasons, depending on the conditions and morale that the number 7 is in when he gets close to the end of the season. bond.

Cristiano left the Manchester United during the 2022 World Cup after several interviews criticizing the structure of the English club and the current coaching staff that runs the team, led by Erik ten Hag🇧🇷 The stance did not please the Red Devils internally and culminated in the definitive termination of CR7’s contract.

The European football market is restricted to the Portuguese, given his advanced age, 37 years old, and the drop in performance when he is on the field. The end of his career seems to be getting closer and closer and a trip to a country outside the center of the world should be the best way for Cristiano.

CR7 was benched for most of the season by club and national team (Getty Images)

A transfer to a club in the MLSthe American football league, is also not discarded, however the decision of the legendary top scorer of the Real Madrid it’s from Portugal should be announced in the coming days, according to the journalist Fabrizio Romano🇧🇷

Source: sportbuzz

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