According to the Al Nassr manager, Cristiano Ronaldo will not finish his career in Saudi Arabia but in Europe.
The Portuguese striker moved to the Saudi Arabian league in December and joined up with Al Nassr in a mega-money move that sees him earn up to £172m per week.
He was essentially forced into the transfer when he burned all his bridges at Manchester United after slating the club, manager, fellow players and even staff members in an interview with Piers Morgan. His contract was subsequently terminated with the 38-year-old remaining a free agent for a month before moving after the World Cup.
Many expect him to see out his days at his current club but current manager Rudi Garcia doesn’t agree, he expects Ronaldo to move back to Europe.
‘Cristiano Ronaldo is a positive addition as he helps disperse defenders.’ he told SPORT.
‘He’s one of the best players in the world. He won’t finish his career at Al-Nassr, he’ll go back to Europe.’
Rudi Garcia: “Cristiano Ronaldo will not end his career at Al Nassr, he will return to Europe.”
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