Cristiano Ronaldo: €213m-a-year offer in Saudi Arabia, the World Cup and... Greece!

Cristiano Ronaldo

The deal between Al Nasr and Cristiano Ronaldo is becoming more and more likely after the Portuguese star traveled with his family to the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh on Wednesday night.

After his inglorious "goodbye" at the 2022 World Cup, the 37-year-old footballer is faced with the big decision about the next stage of his career, which for the moment will hardly be in Europe since the offer that meets his demands is being ignored and the last offer allegedly came from Eintracht Frankfurt.

So the Saudi club and the fabled €213m-a-year offer looks like a one-way street as the days go by, with Marca, who first revealed the impending deal, presenting new details, which include Greece's name.

In particular, the contract that Cristiano Ronaldo will sign will be valid until 2030. The first two and a half years as a player and the rest as the ambassador of Saudi Arabia in its attempt to secure the 2030 World Cup.

Here too Greece gets involved, which is included in the Saudi candidacy to be submitted for co-organisation of the tournament, together with Egypt too.

In fact, according to the same publication, CR7's earnings for the role of ambassador will exceed the 200 million euros he will be paid as a player for the next two and a half years.

According to reports, Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly scoping out the living and working conditions with his partner, Georgina Rodríguez, even if they are satisfied with what they will see in the coming days in Riyadh.

This is especially the case since it appears that there will be no satisfactory proposal from the Old Continent. Therefore, it is very possible that the top scorer in the history of world football will make his move to Saudi Arabia.

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