President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey has said that he has information that former Real Madrid and Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo will move to Saudi Arabia amidst interest from Al Nassr.
The former Real Madrid forward is currently without a club after his deal with Manchester United fell through shortly before the kickoff of the FIFA World Cup.
Despite being a free agent, the Portugal international is finding it difficult to get offers in Europe, primarily because of his wages.
Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr are the only side to have shown serious interest in signing the 37-year-old so far.
They have offered him a contract until 2025 for a whopping salary of €200 million per year.
Now the Turkish President claims Cristiano Ronaldo will soon be on his way to Saudi Arabia.
He was quoted as saying by Goal Turkiye: “According to the information I have received, Cristiano Ronaldo will be transferred to Saudi Arabia.”
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