Cristiano Ronaldo responds to Saudi Arabia transfer

Cristiano Ronaldo has broken his silence regarding rumors of a transfer to Al Hassr, a club in Saudi Arabia.

Many rumors revolve around the future of CR7

Ronaldo is now a free agent after Manchester United and him agreed to terminate the final six months of his lucrative contract two weeks ago.

This came shortly after Ronaldo publicly criticized manager Erik ten Hag and the club’s upper management in an unapproved interview with Piers Morgan.


That means the 37-year-old may sign with another club once the transfer window closes, but he likely won’t do so until after the World Cup, where Portugal has recently advanced to the semifinals.

Despite Ronaldo’s current engagements in Qatar, reports of a massive offer from the Middle East have continued to circulate.

Ronaldo has made the decision to turn down Al-Nassr

Cristiano Ronaldo has rejected a £173 million a year offer from Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr in order to find a team that would provide him the opportunity to play in the Champions League once more.


Ronaldo denied reports that he was going to Saudi Arabia, saying, “No, that’s not true.” A new report from Portuguese news agency SIC Noticias suggests that Cristiano Ronaldo is still hoping to receive an offer from one of Europe’s elite clubs in the coming weeks so that he can pursue his dream of playing in the Champions League.