Al Nassr, a Saudi Arabian club, has formally offered to sign Cristiano Ronaldo to a contract through 2025 that pays him about €200m (£173m) per season. Given that a significant portion of the planned money is coming from sponsors and that Ronaldo. At age 37, is a free agent after leaving Manchester United. It is unclear whether issues relating to image rights could be a stumbling hurdle if he chooses to pursue the transfer.
Cristiano Ronaldo offered £173m a year by Saudi Arabia
Since his exit from Old Trafford was revealed on November 22nd, Ronaldo has not made any decisions. He is instead concentrating on the World Cup with Portugal. This forward told United in the summer that he wanted to go. Prompting a substantial offer from a Saudi Arabian club, which he ultimately declined. Al Nassr has been promised a salary far higher than the roughly £26 million he received at United.
After making significant claims in an interview, he resigned but was not compensated for the months remaining on his contract. Ronaldo claims he was pressured into leaving United, that the club’s upper management showed no compassion after the death of his newborn son in April, and that the Glazer family does not care about the club. That manager Ole Gunnar Ten Hag, does not respect him.