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Cristiano Ronaldo makes shocking U-Turn from £173m Saudi offer?

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Cristiano Ronaldo makes shocking U-Turn from ££173m Saudi offer, Gives Reason

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Free agent Cristiano Ronaldo will reportedly reject a lucrative new £173m-per-year offer to play in Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr as he sets his eyes on winning the World Cup with Portugal.

The 37-year-old has been linked with a move to the Middle East after having his Manchester United contract scrapped.

That is due to the Portugal captain’s ambitions of playing Champions League football again, according to The Sun.

Ronaldo is believed to be holding out for a move to a Champions League-level club where he hopes to extend his all-time goal-scoring record.

The forward netted six times in the competition last campaign but was left fuming at the fact he had to play Europa League football with United this season.

And that will see him reject a two-and-a-year offer in order to extend his 140-goal tally, while potentially getting another crack at a sixth Champions League title.

Ronaldo is currently focused on winning the World Cup with Portugal – the only trophy which has eluded him thus far in his legendary career. He scored his first goal of the tournament from the penalty spot against Ghana in their opener, having missed two clear-cut chances beforehand.

The ex-Real Madrid and Juventus superstar also had a goal chalked off and awarded to former teammate Bruno Fernandes against Uruguay, after it was deemed to have not made contact with his head.

Still, Portugal were able to book their spot in the last-16 with a group stage match to spare. They will take on South Korea on Friday in a game which could see Ronaldo rested.

This article was updated 1 month ago

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