Explained: Al Nassr’s mega offer for Cristiano Ronaldo

The Portuguese superstar has been a free agent since parting ways with Man Utd last month.

Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr are waiting for Cristiano Ronaldo’s response to their transfer offer.

Widespread reports in English media claim Ronaldo hopes to continue his career in a Champions League club. However, as of now, there hasn’t been concrete interest from any European side.

Ronaldo’s high salary demands are the main reason why most non-elite sides are unable to hire him. But as a Saudi Pro club, Al Nassr’s financial resources might allow them to pull off a massive transfer for CR7.

What’s Al Nassr’s plan for Ronaldo?

Al Nassr are reportedly keen to sign Ronaldo on a three-year contract. However, they are also interested in keeping the Portugal international beyond his initial contract by offering him a role in the club’s hierarchy.

Al Nassr hope to work with Ronaldo until 2030 as

Ronaldo reported to sign eyewatering Al-Nassr deal

It has been quite an eventful 2022/23 campaign so far for Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo.

Having failed to secure a move away from Manchester United over the summer after his dream return to Old Trafford began to turn sour, there were a number of flare ups this season that had fans of the Red Devil’s concerned.

Issues over pre-season attendance, Ronaldo was clearly frustrated even when he played given his demeanour in heading straight down the tunnel at the end of games, and even his refusal to come on as a substitute in the game against Tottenham Hotspur was not the final straw, as he was subsequently handed the arm band in an effort to rebuild some bridges but that was always going to be akin to rolling the roulette wheel at https://www.slotozilla.com/uk/free-spins.

The final straw was soon to come as Ronaldo held a very explosive and unorthodox interview

How does betting on sports work?

Some people are curious about how sports betting works, especially with the World Cup taking place in Qatar. So, we will show you the ropes of sports betting.

Sports betting: How does it work?

Let’s take football as an example. You can place a bet on a match in many ways. For example, a direct bet. You can also bet on the home team in every football match. However, you can only bet on a draw by pressing 0 on your betting machine.

A “double chance” is another option. In this case, you bet on two out of three possible results: a home win, a draw, or an away win. Many players believe that the odds of winning are lower with a double chance.

Regarding football betting, for example, you can find the odds to the latest football matches through a trusted bookmaker’s website.


Carlo Ancelotti offers transfer advise to Ronaldo ahead of winter move

The Portuguese superstar has become a free agent since leaving Manchester United earlier this winter.

Carlo Ancelotti believes Cristiano Ronaldo should avoid a move to Saudi Arabia this January.

Manchester United terminated Ronaldo’s contract after an explosive interview just before the 2022 World Cup. 

The 37-year-old has returned to Real Madrid’s training ground, preparing to resume his club career by joining a new club in January.

Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr has emerged as Ronaldo’s most likely destination. But Ancelotti believes his former player can’t satisfy his ambitions at the Saudi Pro League.

Private Internet Access

“I don’t know what he will do in his future,” the Real Madrid boss told Radio Anch’io Sport. “He is still very competitive, he wants to compete at the highest level, and I don’t think the Arab world can be suitable for him in this regard.”

Asked about the comparisons between Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, Ancelotti

Not Ronaldo or Messi? Nigerian legend names the real GOAT

Sunday Oliseh named his pick for the ongoing GOAT debate after the 2022 FIFA World Cup final between Argentina and France.

Pele is an ‘inspiration’ who edges Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi as the greatest player of all time, according to Sunday Oliseh.

Oliseh, a Nigerian Olympic Gold medalist and AFCON winner, backed Pele in the GOAT debate during an interview with Arise TV on Monday, a day after Messi’s maiden World Cup title.

The 48-year-old argues no player can rival the three World Cup titles won by Pele, who he believes has inspired the current generation of footballers.

“This is what everybody is getting inspiration from to excel in their football careers,” said Oliseh as quoted in Vanguard.

“His name is Pele. He is the greatest player of All Time, G.O.A.T. You cannot win three World Cups, and anybody will want to compete with you. I know