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Al Nassr Manager Rudi Garcia on Rumors Of Cristiano Ronaldo Joining Saudi Club: “Would Be Delighted”

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Since leaving the Red Devils, the Portuguese hasn’t been connected to many teams. However, the Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr has reportedly made a staggering pay offer of 200 million Euros each year.

One of the best players in football history, Cristiano Ronaldo, is currently without a team following his contentious split from Manchester United. After a turbulent season and a contentious TV interview in which he criticised the team, Ronaldo’s second stint with the Premier League giants ended in failure. Since leaving the Red Devils, the Portuguese hasn’t been connected to many teams. Al Nassr, a Saudi Arabian club, is supposedly offering a staggering 200 million Euro compensation every year. However, a report claims that the 37-year-old forward has now spoken out about the situation.

Regarding whether the agreement with Al Nassr was already finalised, Ronaldo was quoted as stating, “No, that’s not true – not true.” by football writer Fabrizio Romano.

Manager of Al Nassr Rudi Garcia has now spoken out about the situation. According to Daily Mail’s remark of the French manager to AS, “I think that any coach would be thrilled to teach a great talent like Cristiano and I was already very close to moving to United in November 2021.”

“They selected Ralf Rangnick, but I had meetings with United’s technical director Darren Fletcher and director of football John Murtough twice.

“I came very close to coaching this club and was very motivated to go, who wouldn’t be motivated to coach United? Any coach. United’s simple interest has allowed me to be sure of my ambitions in the future.

I confirmed this with Francesco Totti at Roma. I’ve always believed that great players are the simplest to handle because they are so intelligent.

Prior to this, Garcia was the head coach of teams like Lille, Roma, Marseille, and Lyon. Portugal, led by Ronaldo, has been eliminated from the FIFA World Cup. Morocco defeated them in the quarterfinals.

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