OMG! Saudi Club Close In On £200M Cristiano Ronaldo Agreement
Saudi Arabia club are close to agreeing a move for Cristiano Ronaldo after the FIFA World Cup, MySportDab reports.
Manchester United and Cristiano Ronaldo recently parted ways leaving the Portuguese International on a free agent to move anywhere he wishes to move.
Saudi Arabia clubs have all come in numbers hoping they can force a big money move for the Portuguese International who is now free.
Al Hilal are one amongst those who wanted to sign the striker after the World Cup this year 2022 which is expected to happen.
As the case may be now, Al-Nassr seems to be the side who will complete the move after the conclusion of Qatar 2022 which come to an end in December.
The Portuguese player is close to closing an agreement with Al Nassr according to reports reaching us from MARCA.
Here Is What Was Said:
“The commitment that is close to being signed will be for two and a half seasons.
“The amount of the operation stands at 200 million euros per season, including salary and advertising agreements.
This move could be one that will see Cristiano Ronaldo leave European football in pursuit of the final days in his career.
Cristiano Ronaldo is 37 years old and currently one of the highly-rated players in Europe who is now a free agent set to move anywhere.
Some Premier League clubs are also linked with a move for the Portuguese international but none have made anything public.
The issue with the player moving to a bigger team is mostly with his wages which is expected to be high and no top team will be looking to do such for a player his age.
Al-Nassr is the club that might be completing the move for Cristiano Ronaldo who is now considering making the move official despite Al Hilal approach.