Cristiano Ronaldo all set to earn €200m euros per year after Portugal’s FIFA World Cup 2022 campaign

Following the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in 2022, Cristiano Ronaldo, the captain of Portugal, is anticipated to sign with a new club after parting ways with English Premier League (EPL) powerhouse Manchester United.

Cristiano Ronaldo, A Perfect Goal Scorer

Cristiano Ronaldo, a prolific scorer, parted company with Manchester United, one of the biggest clubs in the English Premier League (EPL), prior to Portugal’s World Cup campaign in Qatar in 2022. The Premier League’s top teams decided to mutually terminate Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract at Old Trafford after the player lashed out at Manchester United’s upper management and head coach Erik ten Hag in an inflammatory interview.

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Ronaldo has led Portugal to the Round of 16 stage of the 2017 FIFA World Cup in Qatar after being one of the biggest free agents in football. It is quite improbable that Ronaldo will continue to be a free agent in the upcoming weeks, according to the most recent developments. According to reports, the ex-Superstar of Juventus and Real Madrid is in talks to join Saudi Arabian club All-Nassr.

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Ronaldo has reportedly been offered a two-year contract by the Saudi Arabian organization, according to a story in the Spanish magazine Marca. Earlier in November, after Ronaldo left Manchester United and became a free agent, a report from claimed that Al-Nassr had made him an offer for a two-year contract.

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Al-Nassr Offers to Cristiano Ronaldo

Al-Nassr reportedly wants to give Ronaldo a 400 million euro contract through 2025. Ronaldo would make €200 million year if he inks a contract with the Saudi superpower. A Major League Soccer (MLS) team is reportedly also interested in signing Ronaldo, according to the article. Ronaldo will play alongside former Premier League great David Ospina if he decides to sign with Al-Nassr after the FIFA World Cup. Ospina was a standout player for Manchester United before Ronaldo joined the club. Between 2014 and 2019, the former Arsenal star played for the club.

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Saudi Arabia Offers to Cristiano Ronaldo

The Saudi Arabian sports minister also alluded to Ronaldo moving to the Middle East when speaking to BBC Sport. “I would love to see Cristiano Ronaldo play in the Saudi league; anything is possible.” The league would prosper, as would the Saudi sports eco-system, and it would motivate young people for the future. He has a lot of fans and serves as a role model for many children, the man claimed.

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