Cristiano Ronaldo transfer: Manchester United terminated the contract of the Portugal international earlier this month. The 37-year-old attacker gave a controversial interview with Piers Morgan, in which he openly criticized the Red Devils board and manager Erik ten Hag.
The Portugal international joined the Manchester outfit for his second spell before the start of the 2021-22 season. Ronaldo played 40 Premier League games after rejoining the Red Devils, recording 19 goals and three assists.
According to a report by CBS Sports, Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer offer has been made by Saudi Arabia club Al Nassr. The Riyadh outfit is one of the most successful clubs in Saudi Arabia, boasting nine league titles in their trophy cabinet. They also reached the final of the AFC Champions League in 1995.
They offered the former Manchester United attacker a contract worth £186 million to bring him to Mrsool Park. Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer is currently among the biggest talking points in football. Apart from Al Nassr, Chelsea and Newcastle United are interested in Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer.
Cristiano Ronaldo Transfer: Focus on the FIFA World Cup for Ronaldo
He is currently fulfilling his international commitments with Portugal National Football Team at the FIFA World Cup. Portugal World Cup squad is among the most talented in the competition. They are among the top contenders to lift the trophy.
The Selecaos’ registered a 3-2 win against Ghana in their opening game of the tournament. Cristiano Ronaldo was among the goals for the Selecao, while Bernardo Silva, Bruno Fernandes and Joao Felix also featured during the game.
They will next lock horns against Uruguay at the Lusail Stadium on November 29. Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer to his next potential club is expected to take place after the FIFA World Cup.
Bruno Guimarães doesn’t want Cristiano Ronaldo transfer to Newcastle United
Newcastle United are among the clubs who have shown interest in signing Cristiano Ronaldo in recent weeks. Midfielder Bruno Guimaraes hinted that he doesn’t want Cristiano Ronaldo to transfer to St James’ Park.
While speaking to the Brazillian online service provider UOL Esporte, he said: “Trippier and I were the first to believe in the project, so fans have a special affection.”
“I think Newcastle need players with that mentality; it’s not about signing everyone just because they have money. It’s not bringing Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, or Mbappe. It’s not like this.”
Guimaraes has impressed with his performances since joining Newcastle United from Lyon in the January transfer window of 2022. He has played 29 Premier League so far, registering eight goals and three assists. The 25-year-old midfielder is currently with Brazil at the FIFA World Cup 2022.