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Cristiano Ronaldo Likely To Face Lionel Messi: Report
As per a report, Cristiano Ronaldo is supposed to face Lionel Messi’s Paris Saint Germain in a team comprised of players from Al Nassr and Al Hilal in Riyadh on January 19
Cristiano Ronaldo face PSG team
Cristiano Ronaldo’s played a first match in Saudi Arabia could in all likelihood be against Lionel Messi’s Paris Saint Germain, as per a report in The Guardian. Ronaldo, a five-time Ballon d’Or champ, has written an agreement until 2025 with the Saudi club Al Nassr in an arrangement worth a detailed 200 million euros. The previous Juventus and Real Madrid star showed up in Saudi Arabia having had his agreement at Manchester United tore up after a harsh separation. As per the report, the Portuguese Footballer-star is supposed to confront PSG in a team comprised of players from Al Nassr and Al Hilal in Riyadh on January 19.
Ronaldo crushing a fan’s cell phone
Ronaldo has up to this point missed the matches for Al Nassr as he finishing a two-match ban gave in November for crushing a fan’s cell phone while playing for Manchester United together.
Coach Rudi Garcia on ‘Cristiano Ronaldo
Al-Nassr coach Rudi Garcia trusted that Cristiano Ronaldo will “rediscover the delight of playing” when he carries a little stardust to the Saudi Pro league.
“The main thing I wish for Cristiano Ronaldo is that he rediscovers the delight of playing and smile again on the grounds that as of late between Manchester United together, the national team and afterward at an individual level he hasn’t had easy moments,” Garcia expressed Sunday uninvolved of the Dakar Rally being organized in the kingdom.
“if he finds the joy of playing again, that will currently be an goal accomplished,” added the coach who portrayed the 37-year-old Portuguese international as a gigantic athlete.
Five-time Ballon d’Or wins ‘CR7
Ronaldo, a five-time Ballon d’Or wins, has written an agreement until 2025 with the Saudi club in an arrangement worth a revealed 200 million euros. The previous Juventus and Real Madrid star showed up in Saudi Arabia having had his agreement at Manchester United tore up after a harsh separation.
He had likewise seen his fantasy of a slippery World Cup win end in the quarter-finals in adjoining Qatar last month.
Ronaldo’s landing in Al-Nassr, a club established in 1955, reignited claims that the Saudis were again engaged with ‘sportswashing’, the term used to divert consideration from the realm’s basic rights record.