The Portuguese footballer will sign with the Saudi Arabian team until 2030
The agreement will be around 200 million per season
Cristiano Ronaldo has decided his future. After his sudden departure from Manchester United and shortly after his World Cup quarterfinal elimination against Morocco, the Portuguese striker has already made up his mind. He will sign for Saudi Arabia’s first division side Al-Nassr until 2030.
Despite the information that the “bug” was not convinced with the offer, the Riyadh team has already closed the deal. As reported by Marca, the contract will unite the ‘7’ with Al-Nassr for two and a half seasons as a player and the rest as the country’s ambassador. Cristiano will work on the Arab country’s candidacy along with Egypt and Greece for the 2030 World Cup.
A 200 million contract
In recent weeks, it was made sure that Cristiano’s agreement with the Riyadh team would be around 200 million euros per season. Which would mean having a salary of €6 per minute. A figure that Al-Nassr has managed to reach with the “supposed” sale of three players. Masharipov and Pitty Martínez are the main candidates to leave to help financial control of the club and thus allow the signing of “7”.
An amount that will increase when he goes from being a footballer to ambassador of the country for the 2030 World Cup. Without a doubt, a step back in the career of Ronaldo, who thus retires from elite football. In Riyadh they are already waiting for Cristiano and the shirts with his name stamped and the number 7 have already been seen filtered through social networks. Even one of his teammates, the footballer Jaloliddin Masharipov, this summer changed the number seven on his shirt to “77”. Something that seemed strange at the time, but now makes a lot of sense.