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Secrets you don't know about Ronaldo's contract with Al-Nasr... a fantastic salary and a possible return to the Champions League

It seems that the efforts of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo , the new star of the Saudi Al-Nasr team, to play in the European Champions League  football competition, have not ended yet.

The former Real Madrid star will probably be able to play in the Champions League again before his career ends, despite joining Saudi side Al-Nasr last week, having struggled to find a club in Europe that would meet his exorbitant salary requirements while providing the right level of competition.

And according to the Spanish “Marca” report on Monday, the player has a clause in his contract that allows him to move on loan to Newcastle United, who currently ranks third in the English Premier League competition, in the event that he qualifies for the European Champions League for the next edition, since the club is owned by By the Saudi Public Investment Fund. 

Ronaldo dreams of defending his numbers in the European Champions League

Cristiano Ronaldo holds many records in the Champions League, so far he is the historic scorer of this tournament with 140 goals, and the only one who can catch up with him is his arch-rival Lionel Messi, as the world champion has 129 goals.

Ronaldo's contract with Manchester United was terminated during the Qatar World Cup 2022, after he gave an interview to journalist Piers Morgan, in which he said that he did not respect United coach Eric ten Hag.

fantasy contract

And a report by the “AS” newspaper revealed, on Monday, that Ronaldo will receive a net salary of 500 million euros for the next seven years, as his relationship as a player with the Al-Nasr team will continue until 2025, when the star reaches his 40th year, after which he will work as a sports advisor.

The report added that Cristiano will not only be a football player in victory, but his relationship will go much further than that, as he will be the ambassador of Saudi Arabia’s candidacy for the 2030 World Cup, in which he will compete with the joint file of Spain and Portugal, his home country.