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If Cristiano Ronaldo wants out of Saudi club Al-Nassr, he will have to compensate for remaining two years on his deal: Reports

It has only been five months since Cristiano Ronaldo’s debut in Al Nassr, but he has already decided that his Middle Eastern adventure is over and he wants to go. Ronaldo, 38, has reportedly become aware of the obvious contrasts between the infrastructure of the Saudi club and that in Europe, according to Mundo Deportivo. The Portuguese icon’s entourage has begun to publicly express the man’s wish to go back to Europe and look for suitors.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Blockbuster Move to Al Nassr

In January, Cristiano Ronaldo signed a two-year contract with Al Nassr worth reportedly €200 million annually after joining the club as a free agent. At Mr. Sool Park, he has made an impression, participating in 17 games across tournaments and contributing two assists in addition to 13 goals scored.

The storied striker’s team has had difficulties, though. Three points behind Al Ittihad, who currently lead the Saudi Pro League, Al-Alami is in second place. Early in April, following a succession of disappointing outcomes, manager Rudi Garcia was fired. Additionally, Cristiano Ronaldo will be punished with a four-month ban on his ability to participate in any official match. The way he left his previous club, Manchester United, was through a consensual contract termination, which is how this is different.

Ronaldo’s Bold Statement: Europe Conquered, Al Nassr Awaits

In joining Al Nassr, Cristiano Ronaldo claimed that he had accomplished everything that could be accomplished in Europe. During his welcome speech at Mrsool Park, the legendary Portuguese speaker said: “I’m so proud to make this big decision in my life, in football. As you mentioned before, in Europe my work, it’s done. I won everything”, an article on Sportskeeda.com reported. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner was undoubtedly telling the truth. Five times while living in Europe, Ronaldo won the UEFA Champions League. With Manchester United in England, Real Madrid in Spain, and Juventus in Italy, he also won league championships.

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The legendary forward’s spellbinding exploits continue to turn the clock back, but in the final few months of his time at Old Trafford, they came to an end. His second stint with the Red Devils is now viewed as a misstep on the part of both parties.

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