Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo expressed his desire to start a new experience in his career after signing for Saudi Arabian club Al-Nasr today Friday.

Al-Nasr’s website quoted the 37-year-old as saying: “I really want to experience a new football league in another country. The vision with which the Al-Nasr club operates is very inspiring.”

World’s Greatest Athlete 🌏
Officially signed to #Global 🤩#Ronaldo _ Nasravipic.twitter.com/BBq469mAYh

– Saudi Al-NassrFC (@AlNassrFC) December 30, 2022

He added, “I’m excited to join my teammates so that together we can help the team do better.”

And Al-Nasr Club announced earlier today that it had signed a contract with Ronaldo, which is extended until 2025, adding that the contract was signed in the Spanish capital, Madrid, and that the player will wear the number 7.

Ronaldo’s winning experience will be his first experience outside of the European continent after previously playing for Sporting CP (Portugal), Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus (Italy).

Source: Al-Nasr Saudi Club website.

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Chang Michel is a sports reporter for 24PalNews. He has also covered sports for TV and radio in Miami, Newark, and Atlanta. Chang, a native of Queens, NY, graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in international affairs and French.