CR7 returns to Europe, Ronaldo will not end his career in Saudi Arabia


Five-time Ballon d’Or winner and Real Madrid’s all-time record scorer Cristiano Ronaldo will not end his career in Saudi Arabia.

Just a few days after his team Al Nassr was eliminated from the super cup, coach Rudi Garcia says that CR7 could return to play in Europe again.

“Cristiano Ronaldo will not retire with Al-Nassr. He will return to Europe at the end of his career to retire.”

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It is still not clear what is the reason for such a statement that comes only 3 days after the match where Ronaldo failed to lead his team forward, scoring a 3-1 defeat.

Even in the first outings, the coach disputed the claims that Ronaldo was the reason for the elimination

The Portuguese so far in his European career has scored 701 goals in 949 club appearances between titles in England, Spain and Italy.