Saudi Arabia's Al-Nassr is confident of completing a deal for Cristiano Ronaldo soon and has scheduled the Portuguese forward's medical exams.In the midst of all the speculation about Ronaldo's next steps and the endless speculation linking him to a shocking move to the Middle East, it appears his proposed move to Al-Nassr is getting closer. According to CBS Sports, the club has scheduled a medical for the five-time Ballon d'Or winner as they work to complete the massive signing.
Ronaldo became a free agent at the start of the World Cup after mutually agreeing to terminate his Manchester United contract after going behind the club's back to criticize them and manager Erik ten Hag in a tell-all interview. The 37-year-old failed to secure a move away from Manchester United in the summer, but has received few offers since leaving as a free agent. Al-Nassr of Saudi Arabia have been linked repeatedly, with CBS Sports reporting that Ronaldo has been offered a seven-year contract worth $75 million (£62 million) per year. The formalities have been agreed upon, and there is now optimism that the deal will be completed in time for the January transfer window to open - it is now up to Ronaldo to accept. Source: Football Daily, Facebook
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