Happy Ronaldo wants more top players to join Saudi league

Christiano Ronaldo admits he did not want for Al Nassr to finish the season without a trophy, but the Portuguese forward says he is content in Saudi Arabia and hopes other well-known players would join him there for the upcoming season.

Ronaldo made his debut with Al Nassr in January after signing a two-and-a-half-year deal worth more than 200 million euros ($220.16 million), according to the media.

Al Nassr finished second behind Al Ittihad in the Saudi Pro League (SPL), despite the fact that he scored 14 goals in 16 games.
The 38-year-old, who was injured and missed the last Matchday, claimed the league was really competitive but that there were plenty of chances to advance.

“We have extremely strong teams and excellent Arab players, but the infrastructure still needs some work. In an SPL interview, he stated that even the officials and the VAR system “should be a little quicker.”

Happy Ronaldo desires that more elite players join the Saudi league. But I’m content here, I intend to stay here, and I will stay here.

Although there were numerous contrasts from his time in Europe, where he played for great clubs like Manchester United, Juventus, and Real Madrid, Ronaldo claimed he had adjusted to life at the club.

“We workout more in the morning in Europe, whereas here we train later in the day or at night. We begin our training at ten o’clock at night when Ramadan begins. It was so bizarre, he continued.

Several other elite players have been linked with a move to the since Ronaldo’s arrival


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