Cristiano Ronaldo revealed in an interview with British journalist Piers Morgan that a Saudi Arabia club had offered him a two-year contract worth around 360 million dollars.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United parted ways on Tuesday with a “mutual agreement.” It happened after Ronaldo made serious accusations against the club and its current manager, Eric ten Hag, in a recent interview with British journalist Piers Morgan. Ronaldo also revealed in the same interview that a Saudi Arabian club had offered him a two-year contract worth around 360 million dollars. However, the football legend added that he turned down the offer.
On the same subject, Saudi Sports Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal stated that he is unaware of the bid.
“I’m not sure, that’s a direct answer. I read the same thing in the news that you did. I’m not sure what his future plans are “In an interview with CNN, the minister stated
When asked if he wanted to see Ronaldo play in Saudi Arabia, he replied: “So why not? We have a competitive league. We have seven foreign players on each team and are looking to increase that number. Our teams compete at the highest level in Asia. Football is popular in Saudi Arabia. So what’s the harm?”
Ronaldo slammed Manchester United in an interview with Piers Morgan on a number of issues. He even claimed that some club executives are attempting to ‘force him out.’
After the two parties parted ways, it was revealed that Ronaldo will not receive any of the GBP 17 million that he was supposed to earn for the rest of the season.
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