‘Money is not the most important factor’ – Ronaldo wants to leave Al Nassr for 2 reasons

Cristiano Ronaldo is said to want to find a new destination after a period of not being able to adapt to football and life in Saudi Arabia.

Ronaldo is said to no longer want to stick with Al Nassr.

According to Mundo Deportivo, Ronaldo plans to leave Al Nassr after this season. The 38-year-old superstar feels unimpressed with the facilities in Saudi Arabia. He thinks that they are not modern enough to meet his needs in training and competition.

Marca confirmed CR7 has an unhappy life in the Middle East. Adapting to Saudi Arabia, a country with a completely different culture from Europe and the language barrier, made the superstar born in 1985 many obstacles.

Goal reveɑled Ronaldo is exploring the possibility of returning to Europe to play football or could join any other potential destination.

However, the source confirmed that Ronaldo will have to spend a large amount of money to compensate the contract in case of parting with Al Nassr. If an agreement can be reached with the host club on the termination of the contract, leaving will be easy for the former MU striker.

In early 2023, Ronaldo became a free agent after terminating his contract with Manchester United. He conducted a noisy interview with journalist Morgan in November 2022 to criticize MU despite still having a contract with the team. CR7 suffered as a result of being liquidated by MU a few days after the interview was posted.

The Portuguese striker is said to be reluctant to join Al Nassr due to not finding a suitable destination in Europe. “An offer with a salary of 200 million euros a year is difficult to refuse. But for Ronaldo, money is not the most important factor,” El Nacional said.

In the Al Nassr shirt this season, Ronaldo scored 13 goals in 17 appearances. However, he and his teammates lost in the Saudi Pro League championship race with Al Ittihad when 3 points behind the opponent.