The well-known football player Cristiano Ronaldo has signed up for the Saudi Arabian club named Al Nassr. Recently, Al Nassr tweeted Ronaldo’s picture in which he was holding a yellow jersey with print No. 7 Al Nassr.
This tweet, which was made on social media Friday, that Ronaldo has joined the Saudi Arabian club is being viral among football fans across the globe.
To be more precise, the tweet said, “History in the making. This is a signing that will not only inspire our club to achieve even greater success but inspire our league, our nation and future generations, boys and girls to be the best version of themselves, Welcome @Cristiano to your new home @AlNassrFC.”
As AlNassr, this is surely a history in the making and is an excellent opportunity for collaboration. People were intrigued to know the terms of the deal. However, a representative for Ronaldo has yet to disclose the terms. We have yet to hear about this.
Ronaldo’s high-profile breakup with Manchester United in November made him immediately available to sign up for a new contract, and he didn’t have to wait till January. We have even heard rumours that Ronaldo plans to sign up with Al Nassr since his departure from Manchester. However, Ronaldo had declined this fact previously.
But we know for a fact that Ronaldo was feeling betrayed by Manchester, as he already discussed it right before the World Cup in an interview with Piers Morgan for TalkTV. He said that he has no respect for Erik Ten Hag, the manager.
Due to Ronaldo’s departure from the team, Manchester United had a disappointing end with only scoring once during tier 10 Premier League appearances this season.
Ten Hag used Ronaldo as a substitute, and Ronaldo refused to get on the pitch against Tottenham Hotspur in October. Instead, he walked down the tunnel when there were still some minutes remaining in the match.
Ronaldo’s journey is inspirational indeed. He transformed himself into one of the best players globally and even won 3 Premier League titles in 2006-2007, 2007-2008, and 2008-2009. The amusing part is that Ronaldo is the only player winning the Premier League with 2 different teams.
Irrespective of the disappointing performance by Portugal this Qatar World Cup 2022, Ronaldo still made his way up to be the first player who scored in 5 World Cups. We can’t wait to see him play with the Al Nassr team next time.