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Al-Nassr frets over Cristiano Ronaldo’s future

The Portuguese superstar’s contract expires in 2025, and the Saudi club is worried about what happens next.

Cristiano Ronaldo made headlines when he joined Al-Nassr in January 2023. The 37-year-old signed a two-year contract worth a staggering €200 million per season, making it the biggest deal of his career.

Ronaldo has been performing well on the field.

He has scored 40 goals and provided 13 assists in 46 appearances in all competitions. Al-Nassr is currently second in the Saudi Pro League, but they are still chasing league leaders Al-Hilal.

However, Al-Nassr is concerned about Ronaldo’s future.

The club does not want him to leave, but they are worried about the financial and sporting consequences if he does. Ronaldo is a major asset for Al-Nassr, both on and off the field, according to Goal Arabia. He is a global icon who helps attract attention to the Saudi Pro League.

There are a few factors that could influence Ronaldo’s decision.

He will be 40 years old in 2025, and he may decide to retire from football. He has also ruled out a return to Sporting CP, and there are no major European clubs interested in signing him.

One possibility is that Ronaldo could stay at Al-Nassr beyond 2025.

He could become an investor in the club, similar to what David Beckham did at Miami or the Brazilian Ronaldo did at Valladolid. This would allow him to remain involved in football after he retires.

Ronaldo’s future is uncertain, but one thing is for sure: he has had a major impact on Al-Nassr.

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