Following this year’s World Cup, soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo will need to make some significant decisions, including whether to accept an outrageous nine-figure offer from Al-Nassr FC.
Currently, Cristiano Ronaldo is focused on guiding Portugal in the 2022 World Cup. The group is in first place, the squad has five points from the round-robin stage of the tournament, and they have already gone to the crucial first elimination round. However, once Portugal’s championship run is over, there will be significant issues around the 37-year-old.
After joining Manchester United in 2021, Cristiano Ronaldo’s second season in the English Premier League with them has been a complete failure. In that period, he hasn’t helped the squad compete for the top of the standings, and he’s been a major source of drama because he frequently leaves games early and irritates the team, his coach, and his teammates.
Although it was initially anticipated that the transfer market would take up after his performance at the World Cup, Manchester decided against waiting that long and reached an agreement for a mutual release from his contract. He is currently one of the top free agents in the sport as the year comes to a close, and a Saudi Arabian club is willing to offer him an astronomical sum to join their team.
Al-Nassr offered Cristiano Ronaldo a $300+ million contract:
On Wednesday morning, ESPN reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has received a three-and-a-half-year offer from the Saudi club Al Nassr FC, which would pay him more than 100 million euros ($103 million) yearly. For a guy who is clearly doing worse than ever and who is far from his career’s peak, that is a shocking amount.
Additionally, it is said that the club would be willing to give Ronaldo the salary he would have received from Manchester United had his contract been up. He is not anticipated to consider any offers until once his stay in Qatar is through.
Saudi Arabia is thought to be hoping the boost the superstar provides to their domestic league would increase their prospects of winning the 2030 World Cup.
Days before to this news, it was reported that Lionel Messi, a fellow great of the recent decade, might move to Inter Miami of the Major League Soccer (MLS) in 2019. Consequently, two of the most well-known athletes in the sport might be moving in 2023.
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