Cristiano Ronaldo’s partner Georgina Rodriquez is eager to leave Saudi Arabia, according to reports. She prefers, according to reports, to return to Spain where she and Cristiano Ronaldo lived for years.
Cristiano Cristiano only lived in Saudi Arabia for 3 months after signing 175 million pounds per year with Al Nassr. This makes Ronaldo the highest paid player in the world of football.
Ronaldo’s stay in the Saudi Pro League may be limited. Georgina Rodrguez, his partner, reportedly wants to return to Madrid. Ronaldo posted a picture of him and Rodriguez kissing with the caption “Cheers To Love.” This photo suggested that the couple was enjoying their life in Saudi Arabia’s capital, but this does not appear to be the truth.
Spanish media reports that Ronaldo has already begun to consider a return Real Madrid. According to reports, Florentino Perez, the president of Real Madrid has convinced Cristiano that he will play a major role.
Ronaldo will not be an important part in the project despite the reunion. Perez, according to sources close to him, believes that the cycle is complete. Ronaldo could return to Madrid as a reserve. The news will still bring some relief to Georgina, who is said to be desperate to return home to Madrid.
Eddie Howe rejects Newcastle United’s Ronaldo move
Eddie Howe, Newcastle United’s manager, speaking to the press.
Eddie Howe has denied rumors claiming that Newcastle United might make a move to sign superstars , such as Cristiano Cristiano. The Magpies have a busy few months ahead, as they are on the brink of qualifying for next season’s Champions League.
Howe says that while big-name players will continue to be in the news, the club won’t spend large sums of money on the most expensive players. “That type of speculation was there since day one, when the takeover happened, really.” Everyone assumed that the world’s biggest football stars would be coming to Newcastle. We haven’t recruited in that manner .”
Newcastle cannot afford to sign the big names at this time, so they are looking for lesser-known talent. He stressed the importance of recruiting the right people, as well as players.
We can’t afford to pay those transfer fees and wages at this time, so we need to find young players who we can develop into great players. Howe said that we will never be able to pay for those transfer fees or wages. We need to find young players and help them develop into the best players they can possibly be ,”.