Cristiano Ronaldo is set to Return to Europe at the End of the Saudi Arabia Contract

Cristiano Ronaldo will return to Europe after his two-year stint with Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia.

According to his head coach, Rudi Garcia, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner will not finish his career in the Middle East as he is set to finish it in Europe.

The Portuguese forward is yet to score for his new side, failing to score on his league debut against Al Ettifaq in the Saudi Super Cup exit to Al Ittihad.

Nevertheless, Ronaldo can boast an impressive trophy haul across his spells with United, Real Madrid, and Juventus, having crowned three Premier League titles, FA Cup, two League Cups, the Champions League, and FIFA Club World Cup with Manchester United.


He won two La Liga championships, two Spanish Cups, four Champions League trophies, and three Club World Cups with Real Madrid before winning two Serie A championships and a Copa Italia in three seasons with Juventus.

Rudi Garcia felt Cristiano Ronaldo was an excellent acquisition since he spreads out defenses.

“He is one of the world’s top players. He would return to Europe rather than end his career at Al Nassr.”

The former Red Devil boasts more than 800 senior goals for club and country and will aim to win in Al Nassr’s next league game at Al Fateh on February 3rd 2023.

There has been much speculation over where Ronaldo will move when his contract with Al Nassr expires. Both possibilities are a return to United or a move to French giants Paris Saint Germain.

In the meantime, Ronaldo will remain an Al Nassr player, look to impress in the Saudi Pro League, and make the most of his final years in professional football.

. It has been confirmed that Ronaldo’s wages have been reduced to accommodate his age, but his influence on the team is still substantial

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