‘Unique’ Cristiano Ronaldo says he wants to break the record in Saudi Arabia | Football news

Riyadh: cristiano ronaldo describes himself as a “unique player” and insists his career is not over when he arrives at his new club Al-Nassr In Saudi Arabia on Tuesday.
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.

“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.

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.”


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