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Saudi Ronaldo mocks America and Messi – no return to Europe

Saudi Ronaldo mocks America and Messi – no return to Europe

Cristiano Ronaldo is not going to end his football career at a European club. “I am 100 percent sure that I will not return to any European club. The star striker of the Saudi club Al-Nasr told reporters in Portugal, according to a report by ESPN, that I am 38 years old.”

Ronaldo, who previously played for Sporting Lisbon, Real Madrid, Juventus Turin and Manchester United, signed a two-and-a-half-year contract in Saudi Arabia last December. Ronaldo said he paved the way for other great players and more will follow.

Ronaldo mocks Messi: “The Saudi League is better than MLS”

“European football has lost a lot of its quality. The only valid league that is still functioning is the English Premier League. “It is far ahead of all other leagues,” Ronaldo said after defeating Al-Nassr 5-0 in a friendly match on Monday night against Celta Vigo of the Spanish first division. “.

Ronaldo also allowed himself a small tip against Argentine world champion Lionel Messi: “The Saudi League is better than the American Premier League,” said the five-time world soccer player. Messi will play his long-time rival with Inter Miami in Major League Soccer. The seven-time world football player signed a contract there until 2025.

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Senior players Karim Benzema from Real Madrid and N’Golo Kante from Chelsea, among others, have moved to the Saudi League. “Now all the players come here,” Ronaldo said, “in a year more top players will come to Saudi Arabia.” But not to his club. Because of the debts owed by Leicester City, the International Football Association Board (FIFA) imposed a transfer ban on Al-Nassr a few days ago. (dpa/mg)