Going Ron an Arabian adventure

Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly signed a £173MILLION-a-year deal to join Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr.

The Portugal superstar, 37, was released by the Red Devils, after slamming the club and its manager in a tell-all interview with Piers Morgan.

The deal on the table is believed to be for seven years – two and a half years as a player – before taking on an ambassadorial role. But what awaits Ronaldo when he lands in Saudi Arabia?

For starters, there are amazing private mansions worth millions and housed in exclusive compounds that promise security for him and his family.

Where Ronaldo could live

Riyadh boasts a number of wealthy neighbourhoods.

Ronaldo and family could settle in Al Muhammadiyah – which boasts an incredible nightlife, including the best restaurants in town.

Or, there’s Al Nakheel – an area filled with the best international schools to educate their kids.

The team

Ronaldo’s biggest frustration in the past year at Man Utd was the team’s inability to challenge for trophies.

Al Nassr are recognised as one of Saudi’s most famous clubs, having won nine titles since being formed in 1955, most recently in 2019.

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