According to information gathered from Daily Post, Rivaldo, a legendary figure from Brazil, says when Cristiano Ronaldo finally departs from Al-Nassr, he wants him to sign with Real Madrid. Rivaldo believes that Ronaldo made a mistake by joining Al-Nassr of Saudi Arabia. Ronaldo, 38, left Manchester United in December of last year and signed with Al-Nassr on a free transfer.
Ronaldo may quit Al-Nassr this summer, according to reports that have surfaced. Rivaldo believes that Ronaldo would be better off returning to Real Madrid since he can assist the Los Blancos win more trophies. According to rumors, Cristiano Ronaldo is unhappy in Saudi Arabia and may be considering moving this summer, Rivaldo said to Betfair.
The favorite to sign him, according to Betfair, is Real Madrid. I realize that players occasionally travel there to earn lucrative contracts, but life there is more segregated, and playing football is not always as simple as you might imagine.
"Therefore, it would be good for football if Ronaldo went back to Real Madrid and possibly finished his career there. Fans must recognize that they won't be able to expect the same things from him as they could when he was 25 or 26 years old. Before his retirement, he can still assist the team win additional championships. About two years are still left on Ronaldo's Al-Nassr contract.
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