Cristiano Ronaldo, the Al-Nassr attacker, has opted to quit the club.
Ronaldo, according to Mundo Deportivo, has recognized the stark differences between the Middle East club’s infrastructure and those of Europe.
Ronaldo’s camp is now publicly declaring his wish to return to Europe and meet with potential suitors.
The Portugal international signed a two-year contract worth €200 million per year as a free agent in January.
The former Manchester United, Real Madrid, and Juventus great has made an impression at Mrsool Park, where he has 13 goals and two assists in 17 games in all competitions.
Ronaldo’s team is now second in the Saudi Pro League, three points behind league leaders Al-Ittihad.
Ronaldo, on the other hand, will allegedly before leaving Saudi Arabia, he must make up for the remaining months of his contract.
Furthermore, Ronaldo’s eligibility to play in any official game will be restricted for four months.