Cristiano Ronaldo’s journey in Europe may not be finished yet as reports claim the 37-year old has the opportunity to come back just days after he completed move to Saudi Pro League side Al-Nassr.
CR7 joined the Middle-East club during the week-end on a two-year move which will see him ear the greatest amount by a Sportsman in history.
Ronaldo will reportedly ear a €200m year salary with the Riyadh-based outfit including some partnerships.
By joining Al-Nassr, people believe Cristiano Ronaldo say goodbye to European football. But he could make a comeback.
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According to Marca, the five-time Ballon d’or winner has a clause in his contract which stipulates that he can join Newcastle.
The Spanish outlet clarifies in cas Magpies secure a Champions League post at the end of the season in Premier League, Cristiano Ronaldo will join them on loan.
Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund which took over Newcastle months ago is the same owner of Al-Nassr and both club officials are ready to offer Ronaldo that last chance.
It’s understood that Cristiano Ronaldo wants to protect his Champions league goal record (141) as Lionel Messi who is expected to extend his contract at PSG, gets closer (129).
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