Cristiano Ronaldo Was Offered £1.2 Million Per Week To Play In Saudi Arabia Into His 40s After Man Utd Exit

Cristiano Ronaldo could accept the offer of a three-year agreement worth £62 million with Al Nassr, According to CBS. Ronnie would earn £1.19 million each week, or £170,000 per day.
It could be a tempting proposition for the legend, who turns 38 in February. If he accepts, Ronaldo will be able to play into his 40s.

#1. CRISTIANO RONALDO has reportedly been offered £1.2million a WEEK to play into his 40s.

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Football legend Cristiano Ronaldo is on the brink of signing a three-year contract extension with Saudi Arabian powerhouse Al Nassr according to CBS Sports sources.
The 37-year-old is a free agent after his contract with Manchester United expired earlier this week, and Al Nassr and other Middle Eastern clubs have long been hoping to acquire his services. Recently, CBS Sports revealed in August that the football icon's ambition will extend beyond the World Cup, where he has already broken another international record by scoring in his sixth tournament.
It is believed that the negotiations have been going on for some time, with Al Nassr offering around $75 million a year for Ronaldo's services. Moreover, Sources close to the club are confident that their interest is strong and that, if Ronaldo accepts their offer, a transaction will be completed quickly.

#2. Ronaldo, 37, finds himself without a club for the first time in his professional career.

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In the summer, Ronaldo requested to leave Manchester United. However, none of Europe's top teams were willing to provide him with the platform of Champions League games he desired. Following an explosive interview with Talk TV.  He accused United of "betraying" him. When he publicly expressed his lack of respect for head coach Erik ten Hag, it seems unlikely that he would remain with the club. This could have led to the club releasing him and limited his marketability among the continent's top clubs. Besides, Al Nassr, one of Saudi Arabia's and Asia's most successful clubs, having won nine league titles and reached the AFC Champions League final in 1995, is now a potential destination for him.
Ronaldo, the record goalscorer in men's international football, had a difficult season at Manchester United after transferring from Juventus in the summer of 2021. Despite being their top scorer with 24 goals in 38 matches in all competitions, the team dropped from second to sixth in the Premier League. Under the new coach Erik ten Hag, Ronaldo took a supporting role, starting only four Premier League games. Prior to his departure, he had been experiencing a few issues. For example, he left a pre-season friendly early and refused to come on as a substitute in a defeat to Tottenham. To know more about World Cup 2022, visit our site daily. 
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