Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Al Nassr

Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave the Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr after months of joining the side.

In a surprising turn of events, it has been reported that Portuguese football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave his current club Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia. Ronaldo joined the Saudi Arabian side just a few months ago, after spending 1 and a half years at Manchester United.

According to reports by El Nacional, Ronaldo is unhappy with the level of competition in the Saudi Professional League, and has been left frustrated by the lack of quality opposition. The 38-year-old forward is known for his relentless pursuit of success and his desire to compete at the highest level, which may be difficult to achieve in Saudi Arabia.


Ronaldo’s move to Al Nassr was met with great fanfare and excitement, with the club hoping to use his star power to boost their profile both domestically and internationally. However, it seems that Ronaldo’s time in Saudi Arabia may be short-lived, as he looks for a new challenge elsewhere.

This news will undoubtedly come as a blow to Al Nassr, who were hoping to build a team around Ronaldo and challenge for major honours in the Middle East. It remains to be seen where Ronaldo will go next, but given his pedigree and reputation, there are sure to be plenty of suitors vying for his signature.

Despite his desire to leave Al Nassr, Ronaldo has made a strong impact during his short time in Saudi Arabia. It remains to be seen whether he will leave in the summer transfer window or wait until his contract expires next year.