Cristiano Ronaldo edging closer to a move to Saudi Arabia – Man United News And Transfer News

Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly close to joining Al Nassr.

According to Marca, the 37-year-old is expected to join the Saudi Arabian club.

Ronaldo’s interview with Piers Morgan would have caused a stir among the club’s hierarchy.

He goes on to talk about the poor infrastructure of the club and how it is nowhere near the required level.

Ronaldo stated that the Glazers don’t care about United and that he had never met them.

His comments about Erik ten Hag and the former players were not well received by the fanbase.

United decided to terminate his contract by mutual agreement.

The 37-year-old is now a free agent in January and can go wherever he wants.

He reportedly turned down a move to Saudi Arabia last summer due to his willingness to stay at United.

Marca points out: “The Portuguese rejected him because of his idea of ​​continuing in the fight for important titles and increasing his data and numbers in the Champions League, something that Manchester United has not been able to offer him either.”

Now they ensure that the Portuguese striker is getting closer to a transfer to Al Nassr under conditions similar to those offered in summer.

While the team may not meet Ronaldo’s competitive demands, it could be the ideal destination for him, where he could feel special again.

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