Cristiano Ronaldo has signed for Saudi-Arabian club, Al-Nassr, and will earn 200 million Euros per year, according to reports.
The Portuguese international left Manchester United before the 2022 FIFA World Cup after falling out with manager Erik ten Hag.
“I’m thrilled for a new experience in a different league and a different country, the vision that Al Nassr has is very inspiring.
I’m very excited to join my teammates, and to help the team to achieve more success,” Cristiano Ronaldo said.
The club said the signing is a history in the making.
“History in the making. This is a signing that will not only inspire our club to achieve even greater success but inspire our league, our nation and future generations, boys and girls to be the best version of themselves.”
According to Italian journalist, Fabrizio Romano, “the agreement is valid for two years and half” with a “total salary will be close to €200m (R3.6 billion) per year, but this includes commercial deal”.