The rumours about Cristiano Ronaldo’s move to Saudi Arabia club Al Nassr are ‘mostly lies’ according to the club’s president Musli Al-Muammar.
Following his tell-all interview with Sports Journalist Piers Morgan, Ronaldo was released by Manchester United and is now focused on searching for a new club after the end of the World Cup.
His options are pretty limited, as a few European clubs have expressed interest in the 37-year-old’s services, leaving Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia as his most-likely destination.
Reports over the last few weeks have suggested Ronaldo was set to accept a whopping £173million-a-year deal with the club, but Musli Al-Muammar begs to differ.
The rumours have the narrative that Ronaldo would retire from the club after signing the contract. It remains blurred, which part of the report is not entirely accurate.
However, Al Nassr’s sporting director Marcelo Salazar has refused to deny the prospect of signing the five-time Ballon d’Or winner.
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