How did Ronaldo join Al Nassr?

How did Ronaldo join Al Nassr?
How did Ronaldo join Al Nassr?
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One month after his dramatic exit from Manchester United and unsanctioned tell-all interview with Piers Morgan, Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo has joined Saudi pro league club Al Nassr. Dubbed a ‘history in the making’ by Al Nassr, Ronaldo’s two-and-a-half year deal sees him set to receive one of football’s most significant salaries ever: 500,000,000 Million.

Ronaldo joins a squad that has won 27 professional trophies, including nine league titles, and is expected to add more silverware during the 2022-23 season. They currently sit in second place in the league and are one of three teams vying for a top-four finish alongside leaders Al Shabab and fourth-placed Al Hilal.


Ronaldo Joins Saudi Arabian Football Club Al Nassr

According to reports, the deal is worth around PS177m (PS55m) annually when all wages and bonuses are considered. Furthermore, the Portugal international can purchase a 50% stake in the club that could be exercised once his contract expires.

Ronaldo’s arrival in Saudi Arabia makes sense within the context of Saudi Arabia using sports as a soft power tool on the global stage. Not only will it attract some of the top players from around the world, but it will also encourage sport participation and help the country raise its profile internationally.

The history of the club

Al Nassr has earned a reputation for winning big games for over three decades in the Saudi Pro League. They boast 27 professional trophies and are often in contention to win the league, King’s Cup or AFC Champions League. Al Nassr Kit has a classic yellow base with a work blue color on it, with Shurfah as their main sponsor.

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Al Nassr, known for their blue and yellow home and away kits, are managed by former Roma, Marseille,, and Lyon player Rudi Garcia. They play their matches at Mrsool Park – a 25,000-capacity stadium that has hosted major sporting events like two Anthony Joshua boxing fights and the inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

This is one of the biggest transfers in the history of the football world

After conquering Europe with Real Madrid and Manchester United, Ronaldo must now battle Al Hilal from Riyadh for his place in the Saudi Pro League. Ronaldo will be expected to score goals for Al Nassr and help the club secure victory after victory, but this task will take time for him.


He will have to conquer a formidable Al Hilal side, who are also in the Saudi Pro League and have won 18 titles. Furthermore, he must become acquainted with the league’s format and the opposition he will face.

The former Juventus and Real Madrid player could take over Talisca’s goal-scoring duties this season, who is on course for a career-high goal total this year.

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The Last Ride

The 38-year-old has already scored one goal from three appearances, but his team is still trying to find its groove and may face tougher competition in the coming weeks. However, he hopes to gain more experience in the Saudi Pro League and is expected to play his next game on January 14.

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