CRISTIANO RONALDO claims he’s “unique” after being officially becoming an Al-Nassr player.
The superstar successfully underwent his medical before meeting fans on Tuesday.
He’s signed a two-and-a-half year deal and is set to earn £1.2BILLION over the course of the contract.
The ex-Manchester United star joined the club on Friday but was officially announced five days later.
He spoke at a press conference and was then unveiled in front of his new jubilant supporters at Mrsool Park.
Ronaldo notably mistook Saudi Arabia for South Africa but also went on to discuss his lucrative contract and said he’s one of a kind.
He said: “I am a unique player. I broke all the records and I will also do it here.
“Because I’m a unique player. For me, that’s normal.”
Al-Nassr are next in action on Friday when they host Al-Tai.
But Ronaldo won’t be able to make his debut until the game after at Al-Shabab on 14 January.
His new club are currently top of the Pro League after losing just once in their first 11 league games.