Coach Garcia Says: Ronaldo ‘ll Return To Europe

Al Nassr head trainer, Rudi Garcia, has said Cristiano Ronaldo will return to Europe after his spell in Saudi Arabia.

Ronaldo, 37, joined Al Nassr before this month on a contract through to the summer of 2025 – a deal worth $200 million per time, making him the loftiest paid football player in history.

Sources told ESPN last week that Al Nassr officers were hopeful of extending Ronaldo’s deal with the stopgap he’ll one day retire at the club. still, Garcia said he anticipated the Portugal transnational to return to Europe before the end of his career.

“Cristiano Ronaldo is a positive addition, as he helps to disperse protectors, ”Garcia said.

“He’s one of the stylish players in the world. He’ll not finish his career at Al Nassr, he’ll return to Europe, ” he added.

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ESPN sources added that Al Nassr was determined to use Ronaldo’s experience at the top of European football with Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus to come a hustler of Saudi and Asian football.

The five- times Ballon D’Or winner is yet to score for Al Nassr after the three games with the club, the most recent being a Saudi Super Cup semifinal defeat to Al Ittihad on Thursday.

Ronaldo forced his way out of Old Trafford in December, 2022, mutually terminating his contract following a contentious television interview.

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