Cristiano Ronaldo has officially completed a permanent move to Saudi Arabia side Al-Nassr FC in a record deal according to multiple sources.
The latest development came following several weeks of speculation that the five-time Ballon d’Or winner might be heading to the Middle East for the next phase of his career.
CBS Sports estimated it to be around $75 million per year for two seasons, with a formal announcement after Al-Nassr’s game against Al Khaleej on Saturday.
The 37-year-old was left clueless after his contract with Manchester United was abruptly terminated with six months left on his contract following fracas with the hierarchy and manager of the club Erik ten Hag.
Ronaldo has struggled to secure a ‘wanted’ move to top clubs in Europe due to his huge weekly wages and also his age.
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