Al-Nassr football club, a dominant force in the Saudi Arabia Pro League, recently cancelled the contract of Cameroon national team player Vincent Aboubakar to make room for Cristiano Ronaldo.
After Manchester United football club terminated his contract a few weeks ago, Cristiano Ronaldo was signed by Al Nassr football club on a free transfer. However, he has yet to make his club debut.
The former Real Madrid football club star was introduced to the crowd by Al Nassr football club a few days prior, and he sat in the stands on Friday night as his team defeated Al Taee football club 2-0.
Clubs are only permitted to sign a limited number of foreign players under Saudi Arabia Pro League law, and they are required to let go of one player before bringing in another.
Following the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo, it was reported on Thursday that Al Nassr football club planned to sever Vincent Aboubakar's contract. Now, the Cameroon star has been let go by the team.
Barstool Football's report states the following:
In order to make room for Cristiano Ronaldo, the Al-Nassr football club has just terminated the contract of Vincent Aboubakar, a star player for the Cameroon national team.
Cristiano Ronaldo will be eager to make his long-awaited club debut after Al Nassr football club was given the chance to sign him following the termination of Vincent Aboubakar's contract.
Al Nassr Football Club is currently leading the League standings and is eager to build on their stellar performance when they play their upcoming match.
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