- Cristiano Ronaldo remains without a club after he terminated his contract with Manchester United
- The Portuguese is currently focused on the World Cup, while his agent is looking for a new employer for him
- The closest to contracting the 37-year-old according to the media is Al-Nassr
Cristiano Ronaldo will make huge money in Saudi Arabia
Cristiano Ronaldo’s future is currently one of the main topics in the world of soccer in addition to the World Cup in Qatar. The striker advanced with the Portuguese national team to the knockout stage of the tournament, and in the meantime his agent is trying to find him a new club. The 37-year-old is currently a free player. He terminated his contract with Manchester United in November.
Among the teams that could bring in the striker were mentioned Chelsea, PSG, Newcastle, and Al-Nassr. It was one of the two Saudi-run clubs that was given the best chance. They have an almost unlimited budget, so their bids financially could not be matched by the other teams.
Marca journalists reported on Wednesday that the Portuguese is one step away from a move to a club from Saudi Arabia. Earlier, Ben Jacobs of CBS Sport reported that Cristiano Ronaldo had received an offer of €225 million for three years of playing time. Now we have learned even more details of the contract.
The 37-year-old, according to Spanish journalists, is expected to sign a contract until June 2025. According to them, he will then earn €200 million a year.
“Cristiano is determined. He will more than compensate for the reduction in sporting value with economic issues. No one from Europe has come close to the terms proposed by Al-Nassr. Likewise, teams from the MLS. Ronaldo seems to have no way out,” we can read.