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Against Lionel Messi and PSG, Cristiano Ronaldo will make his debut as captain for Saudi Arabia: Reports

According to reports, Cristiano Ronaldo will make his debut as captain in Saudi Arabia against Lionel Messi and PSG. Al-Hilal and Al Nassr players will make up the Saudi all-star XI against the Ligue 1 team.

On January 19, Cristiano Ronaldo’s Saudi Arabian debut as captain is expected to take place. Against Lionel Messi’s PSG, according to reports. PSG will take on a Saudi Arabian all-star team that includes Al-Hilal and Al Nassr players as part of their midseason tour.

Ronaldo signed a contract with Al Nassr in the Saudi Pro League for two and a half years. Which is expected to be worth more than 200 million euros. His debut has been put off because he was banned for smashing the phone of an Everton fan last year.

Due to a contentious interview with broadcaster Piers Morgan. In which he criticized the club’s hierarchy and manager Erik ten Hag. He saw his contract with Manchester United terminated.

He stated, “Manchester United tried to force me out” during the interview. Not only the manager but also the other two or three senior executives who are present at the club. I felt abandoned.

I did feel betrayed, yes. Not only this year but also last season, I get the impression that some people didn’t want me here.

In the meantime, Messi’s PSG contract is set to expire this summer. So he might soon join Ronaldo in Saudi Arabia. Al-Ittihad and Al-Hilal are said to be willing to pay Messi up to 310 million euros.

Messi scored his first goal in his return to France. Following the FIFA World Cup in a Ligue 1 win over Angers by a score of 2-0. On Monday, however, PSG lost 1-0 to Rennes in their next Ligue 1 match.

United is currently fourth in the Premier League standings with 38 points from 18 games 12 wins, two losses, and four draws—since Ronaldo’s departure.

The team that plays at Old Trafford is also unbeaten. They just beat Manchester City 2-1 in their Premier League derby match.

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