The Saudi Arabian club Al Nasr has announced the signing of the star footballer cristiano ronaldo The deal, signed by the Portuguese star early on Saturday, is believed to be worth more than 200 million euros. Will see the new deal ronaldo Will play in the Gulf nation until June 2025. With the aura that Ronaldo has, it’s no wonder that his new club has been receiving a great deal of attention ever since his name was associated with it. And Saturday’s confirmation of the football star’s signing has helped the club make a huge jump in its following.
According to ESPN, Al Nasr had under 8,60,000 followers on Instagram before Ronaldo’s signing was announced, but after the move became official, it surpassed 5.2 million.
Al-Nasr doubled their followers just hours after announcing the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo.
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On Twitter, Al Nasr’s fan following now exceeds 500,000.
Speaking about the deal, Ronaldo said, “I can’t wait to discover a new football league in a different country.”
The Portuguese star was pictured on the Al Nasr Twitter feed wearing a blue and yellow shirt with his favorite number seven printed on the back.
“The vision with which Al Nasr operates is very inspiring, and I am delighted to join my teammates, so that together we can help the team achieve even more success,” he added.
Al Nasr has won nine Saudi Arabian League titles, the latest in 2019.
“I am excited to experience a new football league in a different country. What Al Nasr is doing and developing in Saudi Arabia, both in men’s and women’s football, is very inspiring. We can see from Saudi Arabia’s recent performances. The World Cup is a big football ambition and A country of great potential,” Ronaldo added.
“I am fortunate to have won everything I have to win in European football and now feel that this is the right moment to share my experience in Asia. I look forward to joining my new teammates and helping the club with them to achieve success,” he added.
(with AFP input)
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