Cristiano Ronaldo and Al-Nassr could face Real Madrid at the New Santiago Bernabeu opening.
Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t leave Real Madrid on good terms, despite winning the Champions League three times in a row in 2018.
Since then, much has been stated about the Portuguese and President Florentino Perez’s reasons for abruptly terminating a brilliant era.
However, it appears that time has healed some scars, and nearly six years after Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure from the squad, the Portuguese may finally receive the recognition he deserves as one of the finest, if not the best, players in Real Madrid history.
According to multiple reports and rumors, Real Madrid has invited Cristiano Ronaldo and his Saudi Arabian squad, Al-Nassr, to the New Santiago Bernabeu opening ceremony. Saud Al-Sarami, an Arab journalist, is the main source of this material.
The New Santiago Bernabeu, which has been under renovation for several years, is expected to open between the end of the current season and early 2025, with Florentino Perez reportedly wanting to reunite Kylian Mbappé, who already has an agreement with Madrid, with his idol Cristiano Ronaldo.
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Real Madrid intends to debut their new stadium by hosting Al Nassr.
Madrid fans may be in for a once-in-a-lifetime reunion with their all-time top scorer. Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu Stadium may see Cristiano Ronaldo make a comeback if rumors about him are to be true. The stadium holds thousands of supporters.
Later this year, Los Blancos will unveil their remodeled stadium. An unveiling of the stadium was set for last year. Though less quickly than anticipated, the progress has still been made. The team has reportedly invited Al Nassr to face the Merengues in a club welcoming match as part of their goal to provide their fans with a magnificent performance on the day of the reveal.
Already, a friendly matchup between Cristiano’s squad and Real Madrid is being pointed out. According to sources, the Spanish Federation is considering allowing Al Nassr to engage in a mini-tournament against clubs such as Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Atletico Madrid in Spain.
It’ll be interesting to see if Al Nassr accepts the opportunity to bring Cristiano back to his previous haunts.
According to reports, Los Blancos are anxious to host Al Nassr in Spain for a friendly encounter. Madrid intends to unveil the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium later this year, and they believe Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates will be excellent opponents for the venue’s maiden encounter.