‘Unique’ Cristiano Ronaldo says he wants to break the record in Saudi Arabia | Football news
The Portuguese forward, 37, has signed a huge deal estimated to be worth 200 million euros ($211 million) after having sparkling spells at Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus.
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“I’m a unique player. It’s good to come here, I broke all the records there (in Europe) and I want to break a few records here,” Ronaldo told the media at Al Nassr’s Mrsool . Park Stadium.
“I’m here to win, to play, to enjoy, to be part of the success of the country and its culture,” he added.
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Ronaldo said he turned down many offers from Europe and elsewhere to join the Saudis with a lot of money.
“In Europe, my work is done,” he said, adding: “I have received many offers in Europe, many in Brazil, Australia, America, even in Portugal.
“Many clubs tried to sign me but I made a promise to this club, to have the opportunity to not only play football but also (become) a part of this great country. And for I it’s a challenge.”