Cristiano Ronaldo, a Football sensation player, signed a deal with Saudia Arabian club Al Nassr. Ronaldo’s huge fan base is happy to see him again on the field. But how long this excitement will last? According to the contract Ronaldo will play with Al Nassr until 2025 and until 2025 he will turn 40. While on the other hand, Al Nassr is sure that Ronaldo will end his remarkable career with the Saudi Arabian League club “Al Nassr”.
A victory over Ettifaq marked Ronaldo’s debut for Al Nassr since he become the most-paid footballer in history. After a shocking loss against Morocco Ronaldo left Manchester United in December, he agreed to play with the Riyadh-based team for two and half years a two-and-a-half-year worth of $200 Million annually.
Until his contract will come to an end in 2025, the football megastar Cristiano Ronaldo will turn 40. While the Al Nassr management thinks it will be in doubt that will he be able to play at 40 or not.
ESPN sources, Al Nassr will never forbid Ronaldo if he wants to play with the club and extend his contract.
Not on the field but also off the field Ronaldo has been utilized by Al Nassr. Ronaldo came up with a list of “best practices” that club management is attempting to apply, According to ESPN sources.
According to ESPN sources, Saudi Arabia’s one of the pro league clubs is adamant about using Ronaldo’s ability to play at the top level of European football with United, Real Madrid, and Juventus. It will help the Riyadh-based club to establish itself as a Saudi and Asian football powerhouse.
Rudi Garcia, Al Nassr’s manager appreciates the performance of his team as they reclaim their first place in the Saudi Pro League.
It would take time to fully integrate Cristiano Ronaldo into the club, Garcia.
“I told the players they need to make the right choices on the pitch. Cristiano Ronaldo is asking for the ball and we have to give him the ball because he’s a player who can make a difference. We need to work a lot on the positions of everyone. Sometimes we had crosses but not enough people in the box. We need to work on that.”