Cristiano Ronaldo Set To Leave Al Nassr, Offered Ambassadorial Role At Real Madrid

Soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly leaving Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr, as Real Madrid president Florentino Perez offers him an ambassadorial role at his former club.

Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo is said to be leaving Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr after Real Madrid president Florentino Perez offered him an ambassadorial position at his former team.

Rumors suggest Ronaldo has been seeking a return to Europe and specifically to Real Madrid, where he established his legendary status during nine seasons at the Santiago Bernabeu, amassing 450 goals and 131 assists in 438 appearances. However, Perez reportedly prevented Ronaldo’s possible return as a player.

The 38-year-old forward, who signed with Al Nassr in January, shows no signs of retiring soon. He has scored 11 goals in 14 games across competitions for the Saudi Pro League team. Ronaldo’s Al Nassr contract, worth €200 million annually, is set to expire in 2024.

Although Ronaldo’s next steps in football are uncertain, Perez’s offer could allow him to continue his association with Real Madrid as a club ambassador or in a sports management role after retiring. This would enable Ronaldo to return to the club where he achieved remarkable success during his playing days.

Ronaldo’s immediate future remains unknown, and while numerous clubs would likely be eager to sign him, his preference to stay in Europe may narrow his options. Regardless of his next move, it is evident that Ronaldo’s influence on the sport will continue to be felt, as his exceptional skills and commitment have made him one of the most renowned footballers in history.

Written by Muhammad Qasim