Cristiano Ronaldo Reportedly Wants to leave Al Nassr Next Season


Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly wants to leave Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr just months after his switch from English giants Manchester United.

A bombshell interview with Piers Morgan spoiled his time in England and the superstar then agreed to terminate his United contract.

Ronaldo, 38, then agreed to join the Middle Eastern club, which would see him earn a staggering £175million a year.

As many can imagine, acclimating in a completely new and different environment would be difficult, and that was the case for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner, according to El Nacional.

Most notably, the language barrier is hindering Ronaldo and his progress at Al-Nassr.

A return to his familiar former club may now be on the agenda.

In a surprising turn of events, his former club Real Madrid will offer the Portugal international the opportunity to return.

However, according to El Nacional, the role would see him become an ambassador, meaning no playing time would be involved.

The Spanish outlet claimed: “Florentino Perez has guaranteed that [Ronaldo] will not be short of work at the Santiago Bernabeu.

“But of course he wouldn’t do that as a player because he believes it’s a cycle that should be considered closed.

Ronaldo appeared to regret his departure from the Spanish capital and even questioned a potential return – as a player – to the city where he resided for nine seasons.

A report from El Nacional states that he offered himself to Florentino Perez but his request was suddenly rejected by the president himself along with Carlo Ancelotti.

He won countless accolades with Real Madrid and would be keen to continue his work ethic should he make his long-awaited return, albeit more behind the scenes.

Ronaldo helped them win four Champions League titles, two La Liga titles along with a host of other trophies, both team and individual.

Fans of the Bernabeu shirt will welcome their club legend back with open arms in any form and may well get their wish.

His partner Georgina Rodriguez is said to be extremely open to a return, seeing as Madrid is the city where the pair first ignited their love.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s time at Al-Nassr

Forget about the mouth-watering money he is earning at his current club, it’s evident that Ronaldo wanted to continue to achieve levels of success wherever he is playing.

He instantly became the poster boy for the league and brought his football expertise and credibility with him, scoring 12 goals in as many league games so far this term.

Most recently, Ronaldo scored within four minutes of the start as his side sailed to a 3-0 victory on home soil to Al-Raed.

Al-Nassr have now closed the gap on table-topping Al-Ittihad, but they still hold a one-game advantage on Ronaldo’s side and so sit relatively comfortably at the summit.

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