World Cup 2022: Cristiano Ronaldo – new mega offer over 216 million euros! – FOOTBALL

Cancellations from Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea FC. No longer interested in Manchester City, Liverpool FC, Newcastle and Napoli…

Portugal’s World Cup superstar Cristiano Ronaldo (37) is increasingly running out of options. The top European clubs seem fed up with the 2016 European champions.

How is he doing now?

While interest from Europe appears to be waning, Ronaldo continues to be in high demand in other parts of the world – especially in the Arab world.

In the summer, a club from Saudi Arabia made Ronaldo an offer totaling 300 million euros. He refused – even if it was very difficult for him. “It’s true, yes, it’s true,” said the Portuguese in a recent interview. “At that point I declined. And I was happy here, to be honest, I was motivated to have a great season here,” said the 37-year-old forward.

Now there should be a new offer from the desert state. As the American TV station “CBS Sports” reports, Ronaldo is said to have received an offer from the Saudi club Al-Nassr. Accordingly, Ronaldo is offered a three-year contract. The five-time world footballer would collect 225 million US dollars (around 216 million euros) for this.

Is Ronaldo getting weak now?

The fact is: The Portuguese is available on a free transfer. Shortly before the start of the World Cup, his contract with Premier League club Manchester United would be terminated. Ronaldo had previously settled with the “Red Devils” in an interview with British talker Piers Morgan. He explained that he felt “betrayed”. “I feel like some people don’t want me here. Not only this year, but also last year,” Ronaldo continued.

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His future is currently completely open. Most recently, Ronaldo was also associated with a move to the US MLS league. There David Beckham’s Inter Miami should show interest.

Or is Ronaldo now accepting the mega offer from the desert?

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