Cristiano Ronaldo’s Saudi Arabian adventure hasn’t gone quite as planned, and there are rumors that he may be trying to leave Al Nassr, where he has a contract until 2025, early.
The money looks to be on a move to Major League Soccer for his future destination.
Al Nassr, Ronaldo’s current team, were just ousted from the cup and currently sit second in the Saudi Pro League, three points behind Al Ittihad, who have played one fewer game.
The Portuguese star has a contract until 2025, but some betting services are already speculating on where he could play next season.
Cristiano Ronaldo would join Major League Soccer following Messi’s arrival in Inter Miami
The football world is buzzing with the recent developments involving two of the sport’s most recognizable figures, Messi and Ronaldo. As Messi considers the next stage in his brilliant career, his decision might have an impact on Ronaldo’s future as well.
Messi, who is presently the focus of attention, is weighing his choices for what may be his final move. According to reports, he has three offers from Inter Miami, Al Hilal in Saudi Arabia, and Barcelona. However, Barcelona’s present pay cap limits make ensuring Messi’s registration to play difficult.
The prospect of Messi joining Inter Miami has gathered traction in recent days. If Messi decides to join Al Hilal in Saudi Arabia, he will face off against his old rival, Cristiano Ronaldo. If Messi transfers to Florida, Ronaldo would be prepared to leave Al Nassr after only six months. Ronaldo may then join another Major League Soccer team.
According to Juanmarti, at least one MLS club is looking at bringing Ronaldo to the league to compete with Messi. For over a decade, the duo controlled the game. Their head-to-head battles were maybe the greatest direct bouts in football history. Even at this late juncture in their careers, securing the tandem for Saudi Arabia or MLS would definitely draw a lot of attention from across the world.