Ronnie has decided to leave Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia, where he joined five months ago. Ronaldo will get a ban if he breaches his contract and departs.
Ronnie (Cristiano Ronaldo), is one of the greatest players in international football history. He made a surprise January transfer to Saudi Arabia’s Al Nassr team. Due to the nation’s poor infrastructure and lack of progress in football, Cristiano made the decision to depart Saudi Arabia after five months. Ronaldo faces a suspension from football if he breaches his contract.
Ronaldo played in 14 league, two king cup, and one Super Cup after joining Al-Nassr. Till now, he has 13 goals and assisting on two others. Cristiano Ronaldo’s current market worth is 20 million euros, according to Transfermarkt.
Bayern Munich manager Oliver Kahn received an email from Markus Schön. According to the reports, the well-known billionaire Markus Schön controls a website in Germany. He expressed an interest in supporting Ronaldo’s transfer to Bayern in an email to Oliver Kahn about the transfer. Schön seems to seek to establish a partnership with Bayern in order to lure Ronaldo to join the team.
Ronnie wants to Leave Saudi Arabia and Al-Nassr
Additionally, there are rumors that Ronaldo is warming up to the idea of joining Bayern. He seems to be eager to play again for the Bayern brand in Europe.
Schön promised Oliver Kahn in an email that Ronaldo would be willing to take a significant wage reduction in order to protect the club’s finances. It was reported in the press that Ronaldo moved to Al Nassr for financial reasons, emphasizing that he will make an extraordinary 200 million euros in two years.
Ronaldo was dissatisfied in Al Nassr and regretted leaving the European arena. According to reports, Bayern Munich may sign Ronaldo to a partnership arrangement.
Cristiano is considering quitting Al Nassr because he can no longer stand the football atmosphere in Saudi Arabia. According to the source, Ronaldo is dissatisfied with the level of football development in Saudi Arabia and has directed his agency to return to the European scene.
Ronaldo agreed to a two-and-a-half-year contract extension with Al Nassr for 200 million euros each year. According to Mundo Deportivo, “Cristiano Ronaldo can’t take it anymore and wants to leave Al Nassr.”
He has just been with the Saudi club for five months, having signed a two-and-a-half-year contract for 200 million euros each year. Ronaldo is aware of the realities of the club and the current situation in the country, whose infrastructure is out of style. As a result, his close associates are looking for methods to return to Europe.”
If Ronaldo ends his contract with Al Nassr without providing a solid explanation, FIFA would fine the Portuguese star. The essay, signed by Ramon Fuentes, stated that if Ronaldo pays Al-Nassr compensation, he will escape paying penalties.