Cristiano Ronaldo signed the biggest deal in the history of football for a player. The modern-day legend has joined the Saudi Arabian Club Al-Nassr for a whopping US £177 Million. While Ronaldo has earned a huge amount of money with his deal, the fans of the legend are not happy with his decision to move to the Arab league.
History in the making. This is a signing that will not only inspire our club to achieve even greater success but inspire our league, our nation and future generations, boys and girls to be the best version of themselves. Welcome @Cristiano to your new home @AlNassrFC pic.twitter.com/oan7nu8NWC— AlNassr FC (@AlNassrFC_EN) December 30, 2022
Portugal recently benched Cristiano Ronaldo in almost the entire FIFA World Cup. He was also fired from his contract by Manchester United after his controversial interview with Piers Morgan. It was rumoured that no European club was interested in having Ronaldo as one of their players. This ultimately leads the legendary footballer to sign with the Saudi Arabian Club Al-Nassr and continue playing football.
Here’s how fans of Cristiano Ronaldo Reacted to his Signing with Saudi Arabian Club Al-Nassr
Comedy gold, legacy and reputation destroyed for money he doesn’t need 😂😂— Rob (@RobP_1871) December 31, 2022
Things have been pretty messed up lately. I'll listen sad song and the person comes to my mind is Cristiano Ronaldo and not some girls i came cross in past.— Arbaz Rao (@ArbazRao05) December 31, 2022
Is this the top club, from where he wanted to retire with dignity? Did I miss something or top means just the money.— Antony Devassy (@AntonyDevassy2) December 31, 2022
Erm, take less money – move to a UCL club such as Sporting, score a few more goals so that Messi doesn’t overtake his record (which he absolutely will now) win a couple of meaningful domestic trophies, end career at home where he begun?— Rick O’Shea (@FleetStSnitch) December 31, 2022
Taking the money more important.
Leak picture from the meeting* pic.twitter.com/YZRKZ8Zjjn— SHANTANU. (@shantanu_dipak) December 31, 2022