Cristiano Ronaldo is nearing an imminent move to Al-Nassr of Saudi Arabia, MySportDab reports.
The former Manchester United forward had his Manchester contract terminated following a controversial interview with Piers Morgan.
Since he fell out with Manchester United, Ronaldo has been a free agent without a club.
He joined Portugal’s national team for the 2022 World Cup, where he crashed out in the quarterfinals after Portugal lost 1-0 to Morocco.
After the World Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo has been spotted training at Real Madrid’s training facility as he awaits offers from clubs.
Meanwhile, he has been heavily linked with a move to a Saudi Arabian club, Al-Nassr.
The Saudi giant have reportedly splashed a £ 173 million two-year contract offer for the Portuguese star, hoping to lure him to the Middle East.
While Ronaldo has been intent on playing Champions League football, there are speculations he may join Al-Nassr since no offers from Europe is coming.
According to Daily Mail, Al Nassr are closing in on officially announcing the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo and will possibly announce him as an Al Nassr player on January 1.
However, at the time of filing this report, there is no official statement on whether the Portuguese star has accepted the contract offer.
Ronaldo is currently approaching the twilight of his club career and may likely retire after completing the two-year contract with Al Nassr if he joins the club.