It is usually said that there is an atom of truth in every rumour, that just played out in the case of Cristiano Ronaldo who was rumoured to have a deal in principle with a Saudi Arabian club during the World Cup in Qatar.
Recent reports reveal that Cristiano Ronaldo will commit to a seven-year contract at Al-Nassr, Marca reports.
The deal will include an increase in his €200m pay packet after 2024.
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During the 2022 World Cup, it was claimed Al-Nassr had reached an agreement with Ronaldo, a free agent.
It was reported that the 37-year-old would sign a two-year contract with the Saudi Arabian side.
But it is now understood that the agreement is set to run through to 2030.
Ronaldo will become an ambassador at Al-Nassr after his playing career at the club ends in 2024, at which point he will also see his €200m-per-year wages rise periodically.