Cristiano Ronaldo has been in the sport for like 16 years. CR7 dominated this game wherever he goes. He played in Portugal in his early stages then moved to England to play in the premier league for Manchester United.
Ronaldo came to Manchester United in the 2002/03 summer transfer window for 15 million euros. Later he scored a total of 118 goals for them and won 3 consecutive Premier League titles and a Champions League with them.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s career in Europe
In 2009, after winning the champions league for the team he decided to take on a new challenge by playing in Spain. So, he joined Real Madrid, where we saw his prime days.
He became and still is the all-time top scorer for the club in history. He netted the ball 451 times in 438 appearances. He won 2 La Liga Titles and 4 Champions leagues for them before joining Juventus in 2018.
Most fans say that Serie A Ronaldo was not that good, but that’s not true at all. Obviously, he didn’t win any Champions League with them but in his 138 appearances for Juventus, he scores 101 goals and won 2 Serie A titles, one Italian Cup, and one Super Cup.
So, basically, wherever he goes, he won titles and made records, except for the last time when he returned to Manchester United. That is why he has decided to join a new club as he left Manchester United already.
Is Al-Nassr FC interested in Cristiano Ronaldo?
Lately, many sources confirmed that Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr is interested to have the Portuguese star.
According to a Spanish outlet Marca, Al-Nassr offered a 200 million Euro per season deal to Ronaldo. According to them, the deal is confirmed and it is going to be a 2.5 years deal, but CR7 is yet to sign the contract to make it official.
His initial contract will be for almost €100 million, and subsequent revenue from sponsorship and advertising will raise his pay which will make him the highest-paid athlete in football.
There are also some reports of him joining Sporting Lisbon where he started his career or Chelsea who was so close to signing him in the last summer transfer. At the end of the day, it will be Ronaldo to chooses where he wanted to go.