Prior to a bruited transfer to the Middle Eastern Club, Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia has reportedly planned a physical for Portuguese megastar Cristiano Ronaldo.
Beforehand in the month, there were reports of an agreement with the Saudi Arabian platoon, but the striker denied signing with them.
still, according to sources, the five- time BalonD’Or champion has a medical appointment arranged with the Saudi club before the potentially economic transfer.
Ronaldo, who’s among the game’s all- time leading songwriters, had his contract with his former club Manchester United terminated as a result of an inflammatory interview given before to the World Cup in Qatar.
After spending time at Juventus in Italy, Ronaldo made his important-awaited return to United in the time 2021. In his first season back at Old Trafford, he ended up leading the Premier League club in pretensions scored. The forward’s alternate term at United went bad, however, as he faced counterreaction from the public and media for both his on- and off- field geste
Before giving a harsh statement in which he attacked the platoon and principally ended his connection with the English titans, Ronaldo scored just three pretensions in 16 games.
Ronaldo traveled to Qatar with Portugal for the World Cup, which the Iberian nation eventually lost to in the quarterfinals to the Moroccan platoon, who stunned global cult.
The player and his counsels will be accommodated by the club, and it has been stated that the introductory vittles of the deal have been settled upon and the small print of the contract is being batted .
Al Nassr’s sports director, Marcelo Salazar, would not confirm the signing or the status of the agreement to bring the Portuguese player to the Middle East.
I am not authorized to respond with a yea or no. Let’s stay until the end of the time to see how effects develop” Salazar stated.
” As you can see, this is a concession that requires the involvement of advanced authorities because of its great significance for the club, the nation, and transnational football as a whole.”