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Cristiano Ronaldo Side Forced To Make A Statement Regarding His Contract

Former Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo joined the Saudi Arabian football club Al-Nassr this January after he was signed. Ronaldo makes per £173m a year, making him the highest-paid footballer in the world.

There have been reports that the five times Ballon D'or winner contract with Al-Nassr contains clauses that are promoting the Saudi Arabia 2030 world cup bid.  

The source claimed that Ronaldo would pocket £300m to promote Saudi Arabia's 2030 World Cup bid. But Al-Nassr came out and confirmed that Ronaldo's contract does not contain such statements, he joined Al-Nassr to help the club achieve success. 

This means that Ronaldo is not involved in any kind of Ambassadorial role for the Saudi Arabia World Cup campaign. Ever since Ronaldo joined Al-Nassr he has not played any matches

This is because Ronaldo was banned after slapping the hand of a young Everton fan, breaking his phone in the process. Ronaldo was fined £50,000 and banned for two games last year while he was with Red Devils.

After Al-Nassr's statement we shall keep on updating you following this controversial statement about Cristiano Ronaldo and what will be happening at Al-Nassr football club in Saudi Arabia. Let's keep in touch. 


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