According to a media report, the currently clubless soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is said to have received an offer of millions from the Saudi club Al-Nassr.
The club is offering the 37-year-old Portuguese national player a three-year contract with a total volume of 225 million US dollars (about 216 million euros), as the American broadcaster CBS Sports reported on Sunday night.
Positive for Al-Nassr: The club could sign the 2016 European champions on a free transfer. Shortly before Portugal's first World Cup game in Qatar against Ghana, Ronaldo's club Manchester United announced the separation from Ronaldo because he had heavily criticized the club in an interview. Among other things, Ronaldo had said that he felt "betrayed" by the traditional British club.
Ronaldo has since left his future open. Ronaldo is currently preparing with the Portuguese for the second group game against Uruguay on Monday. Ronaldo scored straight away against Ghana. He is now the first professional to score at least one goal in five editions of the Men's World Cup.