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Cristiano Ronaldo Surprised by Win and Declares Himself Real Madrid’s Foe!


Press reports have reported shocking developments regarding the future of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo following Saudi Arabia’s win ahead of the start of the new season.

Ronaldo joined Al-Nasr on a two-and-a-half-year free transfer following the termination of his contract with Manchester United, with an annual salary of 200 million euros.

Cristiano Ronaldo

The Madeira Rocket scored 14 goals for the Saudi club and scored two goals in the Saudi Roshan League.

Cristiano Ronaldo shocked by victory and presents himself as the enemy of Real Madrid!

According to the American newspaper Forbes, Cristiano offered his services to Real Madrid’s rival, his former team, and Al-Nasra told his current employers that he wanted to leave.

And she confirmed that Ronaldo offered himself to Atlético Madrid, which is currently suffering from a lack of a center of attack.

At the same time, the publication emphasized that at the end of last month, the National newspaper reported that the player was dissatisfied with the victory in the ranks of the Saudis, whom he joined in January last year.

Although he earns 200 million euros a year, the Portuguese faces problems adapting to the local culture in Saudi Arabia.

As Al-Nasr prepared to finish second in the Saudi Pro League, leaving Ronaldo trophy-free for the second straight spell, El Nacional reported that the 38-year-old wants to “return to a demanding and competitive league where he can compete.” He showed that he was still physically ready to play in the elite, “with La Liga in priority”.

Ronaldo allegedly offered himself to Atlético Madrid last summer but was met with protests from Atlético fans who, according to the world press, effectively blocked a possible move.

They couldn’t bear the thought of the Real Madrid legend who played a key role in his team’s two painful Champions League defeats in 2014 and 2016 dressed in their colors.


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