Ronaldo wants to escape the Middle East, “I’m sick of it” after half a year in Saudi Arabia → Pushing to return to Europe

Cristiano Ronaldo (38, Al-Nasr), who chose to go to Saudi Arabia in a surprise manner, is reportedly dreaming of a “de-Middle East” less than half a year after his transfer.

British media Court Offside reported on the 23rd (Korea Standard Time) that “Ronaldo, a former Manchester United star, is already known to want to leave Al Nasr.”메이저사이트

Ronaldo has 13 goals and two assists in 14 matches in the Saudi League as of the 22nd. Despite not playing the full season, he showed off his “class” by ranking fifth in the league’s scoring. However, the media reported, “Ronaldo is tired of the current situation,” adding, “He wants to go to the European league or other places depending on the recruitment offer.”

Ronaldo expressed his desire to leave Manchester United after the start of the 2022-23 season. His relationship with the club worsened, causing an unauthorized departure scandal during the season. On top of that, Manchester United eventually released him as an interview criticizing Manchester United just before the 2022 Qatar World Cup added fuel.

Cristiano Ronaldo (left) smiles brightly with his Al-Nasr uniform. / Photo = Al-Nasr’s official SNS
Ronaldo, who played in the World Cup as invincible, signed a contract with Al-Nasr in December of that year. Last summer, he received an offer of £300m from a Saudi Arabian team, but turned it down, and eventually chose to move after receiving an annual salary of €200m. Al-Nasr once said in an interview with British The Athletic in September last year that he wanted to see Ronaldo play in the Saudi Arabian league.

Ronaldo was still doing well, making two hat-trick matches in terms of skills. However, it has been under various rumors, including non-manner behavior and indecent controversy during the game.

Recently, Ronaldo’s fateful rival Lionel Messi (36, Paris Saint-Germain) was reported to wear the uniform of Al-Nasr’s rival team Al-Hilal, raising expectations for a revival of the “Meho War” in the Middle East. However, as Ronaldo is known to want to leave Saudi Arabia, even if Messi chooses to go to the Middle East, a rival match is not expected.

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