Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly wants to leave Saudi Arabia’s Al-Nassr after only a few months. His former club Real Madrid have offered him the opportunity to return, but it would not be as an active footballer.
According to the latest information, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner wants to leave Al-Nassr. Ronaldo only headed to the Saudi Arabian club a few months ago, specifically in January this year.
And that was after several European big clubs playing in the Champions League refused to engage him. So far, Ronaldo has played twelve games for Al-Nassr, scoring twelve goals and assisting two more.
Meanwhile, he has been handed a lucrative contract at the Middle Eastern club, which is expected to bring him a staggering £175 million a year. Now, however, an unexpected change could come.
But as this case shows, money is not everything. Indeed, many fans and pundits alike have spoken about the fact that acclimatising to a new and completely different environment is simply not easy, and this has been proven to be the case with Ronaldo.
A return to Real?
According to several foreign media reports, in a surprising turn of events, Real Madrid are offering Ronaldo the chance to return.
The club where the Portuguese playing legend spent the most successful period of his career. At the royal club, Ronaldo achieved, for example, four Champions League victories, two league titles and many individual trophies.
However, according to the newspaper El Nacional, this would not be a return to the league turf, but rather becoming an ambassador for Real Madrid.
The Spanish daily also reports that the club’s president Florentino Pérez himself has guaranteed that he would certainly have no shortage of work. Ronaldo’s partner Georgina Rodriguez is also reportedly open to a return to Madrid.
Of course, we will have to wait for official confirmation or further news, but both parties are said to be in favour of the transfer.
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