Cristiano Ronaldo To Al Hilal On The Table After World Cup [Details]

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Saudi Arabia club Al Hilal are working toward making a move for Cristiano Ronaldo, MySportDab reports.

Cristiano Ronaldo contract with Manchester United has been terminated following his explosive interview with Piers Morgan.

The Portuguese International is currently focused on national team as he intend to discuss his future after the world cup is over next month.

A number of clubs in Europe are also monitoring his situation which could also see them make their moves.

Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Napoli and others have been linked with a move but none of them have made any official move yet.

With Ronaldo entering free agent is only a matter of time before clubs start making their intention known on the Portuguese International.

According to reports reaching us from SkySports, Saudi Arabia club Al Hilal have made their interest known concerning Cristiano Ronaldo.

Here Is What Was Said:

BREAKING! Saudi Arabian club Al Hilal is exploring a deal to sign Cristiano Ronaldo!

Cristiano Ronaldo has always wanted to remain in a competitive league which makes the move to Saudi Arabia a bit complicated.

The Portuguese will be looking to remain in Europe where he can play Champions League football for at last more year’s.

Cristiano Ronaldo for now is focus on the FIFA World Cup as no decision will be made as of now until December or January.

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