Al Nasr clarified this Wednesday that Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract, which he signed on December 30 for the Saudi club until 2025, does not represent “any kind of commitment to any candidacy” for the World Cup. Saudi Arabia, Greece and Egypt by 2030.
“Contrary to published reports, Al Nassr FC wishes to clarify that Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract with Al Nasr does not guarantee any World Cup efforts. His main objective is to work with Al Nasr and his teammates to achieve club success,” the club said on its official Twitter account.
According to various media, Cristiano’s contract with the Saudi league team, the value of which has not been officially disclosed, includes an additional 200 million euros as a player to promote Saudi Arabia’s joint bid for the 2030 World Cup.
The Saudi Arabia-led bid to host the 2030 World Cup, which includes Greece and Egypt, is competing with Spain, Portugal and Ukraine, as well as Argentina, Chile and South American nations. Uruguay and Paraguay.
He will not go to Newcastle either
Ever since Cristiano Ronaldo arrived at the Arab club, it has been speculated that if Newcastle, who are part of Al Nasr’s owners, qualify for the Champions League, Cristiano Ronaldo could return to football’s elite.
Even the Magpies coach made it clear how Eddie said it wouldn’t happen, it wouldn’t happen.
“It is not true that we have that type of rule. We wish Cristiano all the best in his new chapter, but from our perspective there is no truth to that.”