Ronaldo to Join Al-Nassr in Football’s Biggest Deal

Al-Nassr has extended Cristiano Ronaldo‘s contract until 2023.

At the end of November, reports surfaced that Ronaldo would play outside of Europe for the first time in his career.

Marca reports that a €200 million (£172 million) per season agreement is “complete” for the Portuguese star, who will sign a two-year contract.

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He will become the world’s highest-paid athlete after signing a €100 million (£86 million) agreement with advertising and sponsorship.

If the deal is completed, Ronaldo will have won five Champions League championships, three Premier League titles, two La Liga crowns, and many cup tournaments.

Ronaldo was rumoured to return to Sporting Lisbon, his first club.

After Erik ten Hag benched Ronaldo, he has been a significant conversation topic.

Ten Hag didn’t start the 37-year-old and tried to get him to come in at the end of United’s 2-0 win over Tottenham, but Ronaldo refused and left before the final whistle. This caused a big fuss.

Ronaldo captained United in a 3-1 loss to Aston Villa in his final match.

Ronaldo told Piers Morgan on TalkTV that he felt “betrayed” and that Ten Hag “doesn’t show respect” to him.

He accused the club of “no development” after his 2009 departure.

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Ronaldo played in Qatar as a free agent after United cancelled his contract on November 22.

His penalty against Ghana in Portugal’s thrilling 3-2 triumph made him the first player to score at five World Cups.

Portugal qualified as group winners and will face Switzerland in the last 16.

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