Saudi club Al Nasr are close to signing Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo starting next season in an effort to bolster the team’s ranks.
Al-Nasr signed Cristiano on a free transfer deal for two and a half years after his contract with Manchester United was terminated.
Ronaldo is slated to earn €500m with Al-Nasr over two and a half years at the Saudi club.
Colleague of Cristiano Ronaldo. Al-Nasr Al-Saudi strikes first deals for next season
Journalist José Felix Diaz confirmed in the Spanish newspaper Marca that Sergio Ramos could be the Saudi league’s first characterization.
The source stressed that Ramos is on his way to win to join Ronaldo starting next season.
Cbs Sport reported that Ramos was close to leaving Paris Saint-Germain due to tensions between him and the Parisian club.
The 37-year-old has made 49 appearances in all competitions since leaving Madrid and is said to be earning around €200,000 a week.