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Cristiano Ronaldo Signs New Deal With Saudi Arabian Club Al-Nassr

Cristiano Ronaldo has joined Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr after leaving Manchester United in controversial fashion, the club announced Friday.

Ronaldo signed a contract through the summer of 2025 and, according to reports, will receive $75 million per year to make him the highest paid player in history. Sources did not dispute that figure to ESPN.

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“I am excited to experience a new football league in a different country,” Ronaldo said in Al-Nassr’s statement announcing the deal.

Ronaldo forced his way out of Old Trafford last month, mutually terminating his contract following a contentious TV interview.

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