Cristiano Ronaldo has informed Al Nassr of his readiness to renew his contract with the club, MySportDab reports.
Ronaldo is on the last lap of his 2-year contract with the Saudi club after joining in 2022 from Manchester United on a money-spinning contract.
Despite falling out on the Saudi Pro League title race at the death last season, Ronaldo has been mercurial, putting up a showstopping performance for the Saudi giants.
He is leading the Saudi Pro League topscorers chart with 10 goals and had netted 14 times for the club last season.
With his contract coming to an end at the end of this season, Ronaldo has reportedly informed the club he is ready to renew his deal, as per reports from MailSports.
According to the report, Ronaldo wants a fresh new three-year contract that will extend his stay at Riyadh to 2027.
Sources close to the player revealed the five-times Ballon d’Or winner is pursuing the three-year timeline for a new deal so that he could be able to play in 2026 World Cup.
After his unceremonious exit from Manchester United and the Portugal’s 2022 World Cup deadlock, it was thought Ronaldo will call time on his career when his current Al Nassr contract ends.
However, the Real Madrid legend has defied the odds and downed speculations as he is ready to continue with his game until 2027.
His decision to renew his deal with Al Nassr is not coming as surprise after he recently said in a press interview, “I will continue playing until my leg says no you can’t play again.”
Ronaldo is Portugal all-time highest goal-scorer and is one of the most decorated footballers with most wins in history.