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Cristiano Ronaldo Bids Farewell to Club Football in Europe

Ronaldo rules out returning to play in MLS or European club football.

After leaving Manchester United Club Football, Cristiano Ronaldo signed a two-and-a-half-year deal with Al Nassr.

He asserted that he had assisted other top athletes in joining Saudi teams and anticipated that more would do the same.

The 38-year-old Portugal captain said that most European leagues were in decline following Al Nassr’s 5-0 defeat to Celta Vigo on Monday in a preseason friendly.

“I am positive that I won’t join another European club. I’m 38 years old,” he said, according to ESPN. “European football has suffered greatly in terms of quality. The (English) Premier League is the only one that is legitimate and currently operating well. They are far superior than all other leagues.

Messi, a longstanding adversary of Ronaldo, had interest in coming to Saudi Arabia before concluding a trade to MLS team Inter Miami and signing a contract through 2025.

Ronaldo asserted, “The Saudi league is superior to the MLS.”

“All the players are now arriving here… More elite athletes will visit Saudi Arabia in a year. A number of well-known athletes, including Ballon d’Or winner Karim Benzema from Real Madrid and N’Golo Kante from Chelsea, joined champions Al-Ittihad when Ronaldo moved to the Saudi league.

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