Cristiano Ronaldo has been given a juicy offer to move to Saudi Arabia following his exit from Manchester United. According to sources, the Portuguese forward is waiting till the world Cup is over before picking his next move.
The team, Al-Nassr are willing to sign him on a 3½-year contract, with price worth more than £100 million a year.
Sources have additionally stated that, as a part of the agreement, Al-Nassr have indicated they’d be willing to compensate Ronaldo for the wages he would have earned had he seen out the last six months of his contract at Man United — around £16m.
Ronaldo, 37, has asked his representatives to be unbroken out of negotiations over his future in club soccer whereas he’s in Qatar, however sources say talks over a move to Al-Nassr have taken place.
The Portuguese captain left Old Trafford while not a payoff once agreeing a “mutual” termination of his contract following his explosive interview with Piers Morgan when he heavily criticised the club and manager Erik 10 Hag.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia team, is hopeful that Ronaldo’s presence in their domestic league would facilitate a bid to host the 2030 World Cup and would be keen for the previous Real Madrid and Juventus forward to figure as an envoy for the country.
Ronaldo continues to be open to the thought of staying in Europe and can look ahead to a clearer picture regarding that clubs have an interest before creating a judicial decision on his future.
Portugal play their final group H game against South Korea on Friday December 2. They have already qualified for the knockout rounds and can face a team from group G — ie. Brazil, Cameroon, Switzerland or Serbia — in the last 16 next week.