How does Cristiano Ronaldo feel about staying in Saudi Arabia?

How does Cristiano Ronaldo feel about staying in Saudi Arabia? Portuguese football star Cristiano Ronaldo’s Saudi club Al-Nasr could not become the local league champion this year.

But Portugal’s star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has said that the Saudi Pro League can join the 5 biggest leagues in the world if more famous players come to it.

But how did the experience of staying there during the first season in Saudi Arabia prove for the Portuguese footballer?

Cristiano Ronaldo said that he is happy and expected to be in Saudi Arabia

That if big names of famous, young and old players come then it will be good because it will improve the league.

Cristiano Ronaldo said that the Saudi Pro League is very good and has room for improvement, it has good teams and very good local footballers.

“I am happy here, I want to continue my game here and I will play here,” he said.

The star footballer said that they need to improve the infrastructure and the referees also need to be a bit faster.

Cristiano Ronaldo has signed a two-and-a-half-year deal with Al-Nasr and joined the club in January.

He scored 14 goals in 16 matches in the first season, but his team finished second in the Saudi Pro League (SPL).

The 38-year-old footballer could not be a part of the club’s last match due to injury.

According to Cristiano Ronaldo, he has adapted to life at Al-Nasr Club, although he has had some different experiences here compared to Europe.

He said that ‘in Europe, we used to train in the morning, but here we train in the afternoon or at night, in Ramadan we used to train at 10 pm, so it seems a bit strange’.

Lionel Messi

Many famous players, including Lionel Messi, may join the Saudi League shortly before or after the end of their careers.

Cristiano Ronaldo has completed his first season with Al-Nasr after joining in December and his side finished second in the Saudi Pro League.

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