Cristiano Ronaldo‘s future is already clear. The Portuguese is moving to the Saudi Arabian league to play for Al Nassr.
The striker has left Manchester United and starts his sporting retirement in the Saudi Arabian league.
At Al Nassr he will sign the biggest contract in the history of football.
The Saudi club has offered him a total of 200 million per season in a contract for the next two years.
Of this, just under 100 million euros is for his sporting activities and other fees will be for advertising and marketing.
Al Nassr was founded in 1955, the team plays its home games at Mrsool Park and its colors are yellow and blue. They are currently coached by former Roma coach Rudi Garcia.
Al Nassr was an amateur club until 1960, when it was officially registered with the General Presidency of Youth Welfare.
At that time, Abdul Rahman bin Saud Al Saud became the head of the club.
Al Nassr entered the second division and were subsequently promoted to the first division in 1963.
During the 1970s and 1980s, the club won four Saudi Arabian Premier League titles, six King’s Cups, three Crown Prince’s Cups and three Federation Cups.
In the 1990s, Al Nassr won two more Saudi Premier League titles, one King’s Cup and one Federation Cup.
During the time from 2003 to 2007 the club suffered setbacks.
In 2008, after a lot of hard work, they won the Federation Cup against city rivals Al Hilal.
After years of fighting and competing for different titles, Al Nassr won the Saudi Arabian Super Cup in 2020 and 2021.
The Al Nassr squad
- 1 Amin Bujari Arabia Saud
- 2 Sultn Al-Ghannam Saudi Arabia
- 3 Abdullah Madu Saudi Arabia
- 4 Mohammed Al-Fatil Saudi Arabia
- 5 Abdulelah Al-Amri Saudi Arabia
- 7 Jaloliddin Masharipov Uzbekistn
- 8 Abdulmayed Al-Sulaihim Saudi Arabia
- 9 Vicente Aboubakar Cameroon
- 10 Lstima Martnez Argentina
- 11 Khalid Al-Ghannam Saudi Arabia
- 13 Ghislain Konan Ivory Coast
- 14 Sami Al-Najei Saudi Arabia
- 16 Mohammed Maran Saudi Arabia
- 17 Abdullah Al-Khaibari Saudi Arabia
- 18 Luiz Gustavo Brazil
- 19 Ali Al-Hassan Saudi Arabia
- 20 Hamad Al Mansour Saudi Arabia
- 21 lvaro Gonzlez Spain
- 23 Ayman Yahya Saudi Arabia
- 24 Mansour Al-Shammari Saudi Arabia
- 25 David Ospina Colombia
- 27 Majed Qasheesh Saudi Arabia
- 29 Abdulrahman Ghareeb Saudi Arabia
- 30 Meshari Al-Nemer Saudi Arabia
- 31 Abdulaziz Al-Owairdhi Saudi Arabia
- 33 Waleed Abdullah Saudi Arabia
- 44 Nawaf Al-Aqidi Saudi Arabia
- 45 Abdulfattah Asiri Saudi Arabia
- 46 Abdulaziz Al-Aliwa Saudi Arabia
- 55 Abdulaziz Al Faraj Saudi Arabia
- 59 Yousef Haqawi Saudi Arabia
- 78 Ali Lajami Saudi Arabia
- 94 Talisca Brazil