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Just in: Cristiano Ronaldo to transfer to Saudi Arabia club Al Nassr

Following his departure from Manchester United, Cristiano Ronaldo has been strongly connected with some of the biggest teams in the world. After the Red Devils announced that the striker, 37, had left the team with immediate effect, he is now a free agent. This season, Ronaldo had already been frequently mentioned in connection with leaving Old Trafford, but a candid TV interview with Piers Morgan was the tipping point.

After the club's unexpected TV attack, United was reported to be "furious," with the five-time Ballon d'Or winner saying he felt deceived. After United obtained legal counsel, the Portuguese star was permitted to depart the organization. Numerous teams are reportedly keeping an eye on the issue because Ronaldo is available and on the market. In light of this, football. London examines all recent information about Ronaldo's predicament.

According to rumors from Foot Mercato, Cristiano Ronaldo is "near" to signing a contract with Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr as optimism over the transition builds. According to the source, Ronaldo has been holding out for a move to Europe but Chelsea and Sporting have not responded. Al Nassr's "determination" assertion Rumors about a possible transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo are alleged to have been addressed by the head of the Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr. He remarked, via Fabrizio Romano, in an interview with SSC Sports: "Cristiano was preoccupied recently with the World Cup, so I didn't anticipate him to bargain with anyone.

source: football London

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