Cristiano Ronaldo Joining Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr

Cristiano Ronaldo has agreed to join Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr from January 1, 2023. The deal will see Ronaldo earn €200 million (£172m) for two seasons.
Prior to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the 37-year-old gave a stunning interview where he discussed his time at Manchester United, hitting out at the owners and managers Erik ten Hag and Ralf Rangnick.

This season, Cristiano Ronaldo will not be seen in Europe’s top football league. Because he joined the Saudi Arabian club Al Nasser and will now play in the UAE league.

According to the Spanish website Marca, Ronaldo, 37, has agreed to terms with the UAE club worth200 million euros. He will be with the club for the next two and a half seasons, according to this. On the other hand, Ronaldo will be able to join the club only after the transfer window opens.

Manchester United left due to a squabble. Ronaldo left Manchester United following a contentious interview. He was a member of the club for about a year. The two reached an agreement worth Rs 216 crore. He previously played for Juventus.

In an interview with British broadcaster Piers Morgan 20 days ago, Ronaldo made several allegations against the club’s management and manager. ‘He is being betrayed by Manchester United, and the club is trying to get him out,’ said this player. The club’s manager, Eric Tan Haag was accused of inciting himself during a match. ‘Haag provoked me last month in the match against Tottenham at Old Trafford on 19 October,’ he said. He didn’t stop there… he added, ‘I think he did it on purpose.’ I was furious at the time. They do not respect me, so I do not respect them.

Following this interview, the club’s management announced that he would be released from his contract. Cristiano Ronaldo has so far played for four clubs. He has 701 club goals to his name. For Real Madrid, he has the most goals. The following graph depicts Ronaldo’s club goals.