Soccer: Cristiano Ronaldo already wants to leave Saudi Arabia despite his 200 million euro salary
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The Saudi adventure of international soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo is already drawing to a close.
The Portuguese striker would find it difficult to integrate into his host country due to the language and culture barrier which is very different from that of the country. 'Europe. He would also be disappointed with the performance of Al-Nassr, his new club. Indeed, despite the five Ballon d'Or winner's 12 goals in 15 games, the team are stuck in second place in the league table. Al-Nassr was also knocked out of both domestic cups, leading to the dismissal of French coach Rudi Garcia.
Cristiano Ronaldo would like to leave the Middle East to return to Madrid, the Spanish capital. The famous number 7 lived there for nine years during his time at Real Madrid, from 2009 to 2018.
The Catalan newspaper El Nacional also reported that Real would have offered him a job if he decided to leave Saudi Arabia. This opportunity, however, would exclude him from the soccer fields since he was offered a role as club ambassador.
Cristiano Ronaldo left Europe in January after a stormy end to his career in England in the Manchester United uniform. The Saudi club Al-Nassr offered him a two-year contract, accompanied by an astronomical salary of 200 million euros per year, unheard of in the history of soccer.
Based on information from RMC Sport