In full Portuguese concentration for the World Cup in Qatar 2022, Christian Rolando He has closed the negotiation with his new team. Sports media already confirm that the Portuguese star has signed for Al-Nassr of Saudi Arabia.
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The striker, who left Manchester United on November 22 after his scandalous interview, has signed for two and a half seasons, according to advances Brand this Monday. At 37 years old, he turns 38 in February, this could be the last team of his career.
The goalscorer will pocket around 200 million euros per season, an amount that includes the advertising incentives agreed in the contract. He surpasses like this, and by a landslide, other soccer stars like Leo Messi (75 million) and Neymar (70), both PSG players.
The sporting level of his new team is far from European competitions, but we already know that money moves mountains and that Georgina Rodriguez and he wants the best for his pocket and that of his children.
Cristiano was not happy at Manchester United, a team he returned to this season after also playing between 2003 and 2009. In his media interview with Piers Morgan, he regretted his situation in the team and conveyed his deep discomfort with the coach, Erik ten Hag. In addition, he felt that the club was not up to his standards when he suffered the loss of a son in April of this year or during the admission of his daughter.
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Ronaldo is in Qatar disputing the controversial World Cup. Last Friday, the soccer genius finished the group stage pissed off, since in the match against South Korea he was substituted at the beginning of the second half. “Foda se” (you have to screw yourself), he said as he left the pitch. Despite his anger, the Portuguese passed the phase and, this Tuesday, they will face Switzerland in the round of 16. Georgina herself and her children are also in Qatar.