Portuguese superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo have finally found his new home following his controversial Manchester United exit with him now putting pen to paper a whopping two-year contract with Saudi Arabian side, Al Nassr in a stunning transfer switch.
Ronaldo, 37 had his contract with Man United terminated few weeks ago after his explosive interview in which he blasted the club for zero progress since the departure of legendary manager, Sir Alex Ferguson besides revealing his poor relationship with Dutch tactician Erik ten Hag.
And now, Al Nassr has confirmed the arrival of the five times Ballon d'Or winner at the Stadium where he would ply his trade until at least 2025, a move which now makes him the highest paid athlete in the world in a €200million per year salary.
Meanwhile, following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo in the league, Saudi Arabian government is now believed to be plotting several historic transfers to their country including the potential signing of Lionel Messi, Luca Modric as well as Sergio Ramos in hope to bolster their football stature.
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