Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract with the Saudi club Al-Nassr has been made public by Muhammad Al Muammar, the club’s president.
When Ronaldo transferred from Manchester United to the Asian club during the winter transfer window, he earned a staggering £173 million annually, making him the highest-paid athlete in history.
Al-Muammar was questioned about the club’s agreement with the Portuguese during a news conference on Monday, according to 9NFCBall, and the club’s executive director discussed the agreement reached with the former Real Madrid star.
“We signed a contract with Cristiano Ronaldo not only as a player, but also got his own commercial rights, which will be activated after the end of the current season and will have an impact on the tourism side and others.
“Because of time pressure and the sports program, we were unable to show Al-Nassr’s contract with Cristiano Ronaldo.”