Portuguese professional footballer and former Manchester United player, Cristiano Ronaldo’s new club has finally been named after considering many teams.
Ronaldo is close to agreeing to a £172.9m deal with Al Nassr after leaving Manchester United.
With Ronaldo currently at the World Cup with Portugal, his focus will be on his country, but there’s no doubt his agent will be working in the background to try and find him a new club.
Many clubs are fighting to have Ronaldo on their team but considering what he was demanding a lot lost interest in going after him. Seeing Ronaldo without a club will be a strange feeling for football fans after watching him display fitness in the World Cup.
Now, according to Marca, Ronaldo is close to agreeing to a £172.9m per year deal sign for Saudi Arabia club Al Nassr.
It’s not a surprise to see a club willing to offer so much money for Ronaldo, regardless of his football ability.
The commercial gain a club will receive from signing Ronaldo is immense and there’s no doubt it will be more of a business decision than a football one, with Ronaldo declining on the pitch and reaching the last few years of his playing career.