Cristiano Ronaldo In Shock Move to LEAVE Al-Nassr! [Details]

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Manchester United legend Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly plotting a move to leave Al-Nassr just months into the his mega contract, MySportDab reports.

Ronaldo signed a mega £175million-a-year deal that made him the highest-paid footballer in the world.

Cristiano Ronaldo

His mega deal with Al-Nassr after he fell out with Manchester United which lead to the termination of his contract with the club.

Now, according to Spanish media outlet, El Nacional, Cristiano Ronaldo is already feeling nostalgic about a possible return to Real Madrid where he shot his career to great heights.

The report says, Real Madrid President Fiorentino Perez has guaranteed the Portuguese star “he will never lack work at the club if he returns.”

The club are reportedly ready to offer him an ambassadorial role if he decides to join the club from Al-Nassr.

Meanwhile, his partner, Georgina Rodriguez is reportedly also pushing for a return to Spain where the two lovers met.

Ronaldo has been in the news of recent following reports he has broken up with his partner and mother of two, Georgina Rodriguez.

Cristiano Ronaldo

However, the duo have debunk reports of the breakup rumors and have reaffirmed their love for each other with Cristiano dripping a cheeky and romantic Instagram post to affirm their love.

He was also a subject of jibes from Saudi Arabia media outlets when he appeared to grab his crotch to mock fans who were chanting the name of his rival Lionel Messi during an Al-Nassr.

There were calls from sections of Saudi legal practitioners for him to be deported after the incident.

Ronaldo has scored 12 goals and 12 games for Al-Nassr but his spell in Saudi Arabia is apparently not going well with the club bundled out of all domestic cup competitions and also losing momentum on the Saudi Pro League title race.

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