Al-Nassr strongly denied the ‘Ronaldo World Cup PR ambassador rumor’.
British media ‘Express’ said on the 11th (Korean time), ‘Al-Nassr vehemently denied claims that he received money from Cristiano Ronaldo to help promote Saudi Arabia’s 2030 World Cup and to join Lionel Messi as ambassador.’ Reported.
Ronaldo recently signed a contract with Saudi Arabia’s rich club Al Nasr for an annual fee of 173 million pounds (approximately 270 billion won). astronomical scale.
Opinions were raised that the reason Al-Nasr guaranteed such a large amount of money was because of the 2030 World Cup. The Sun reported that ‘a French media outlet claimed that Ronaldo doubled his salary in exchange for helping Saudi Arabia bid for the World Cup’.
The Sun said, ‘If that happens, Ronaldo will earn 300 million pounds (about 450 billion won) a year, or 1 million pounds (about 1.5 billion won) a day. Besides, we can see Ronaldo joining forces with Messi to promote the World Cup in Saudi Arabia.’ 슬롯사이트
Al-Nasr drew the line that it was groundless.
Al-Nassr said: “Contrary to what has been reported, Ronaldo and Al-Nassr’s contract has no World Cup commitments. We are doing it,” he said in an official statement.
Saudi Arabia gained confidence when Qatar successfully hosted the 2022 World Cup with oil money at the fore. The Sun said, “Saudi Arabia aims to co-host the 2030 World Cup with Egypt and Greece. We hope to recreate the glory of Qatar.”
It is also of great interest that Ronaldo can make it to the 2030 World Cup. Ronaldo was pushed out of the starting competition during the World Cup in Qatar. The round of 16 and quarterfinals started with bench members. Portugal’s new coach, Roberto Martinez, has announced that he will give him a chance.
“My starting point is the Qatar World Cup team. Ronaldo is one of those players,” Martinez said, adding that he had no intention of starting without Ronaldo right now.