Why Cristiano Ronaldo is pushing to extend his contract with Al Nassr after 2025

Cristiano Ronaldo has put forth a request to Al-Nassr for an extension of his ongoing contract, aiming to prolong his tenure with the club until 2027.

At 38 years old, the forward secured the position as the world’s highest-paid footballer subsequent to his signing a lucrative two-and-a-half-year agreement with the Saudi Pro League’s prominent team in January, valued at approximately £177 million annually.

Reports from Sportskeeda indicate Ronaldo’s intention to prolong his association with Al-Nassr for an additional two years beyond his current contract, slated to conclude in 2025 with the Knights of Najd.

The esteemed recipient of the Ballon d’Or on five occasions has demonstrated impressive statistics, accumulating 20 goals and 10 assists in 22 appearances across various competitions. Ronaldo’s aspiration is to continue competing until the 2026 FIFA World Cup.

An official announcement from Al-Nassr confirming Ronaldo’s request is expected imminently. His career has experienced a revitalization since his move to Saudi Arabia, showcasing a renewed vigor and success.

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