Cristiano Ronaldo's Al-Nassr Struggles Confirmed By Teammate

Photo: Instagram/Cristiano Ronaldo 

Cristiano Ronaldo signed with Al-Nassr for two years, but his move to Saudi Arabia has not lived up to expectations so far.

He scored his first goal in his third game with the team, but his impact has been limited.

Teammate Luis Gustavo believes Ronaldo's presence is actually hindering the team, as opponents are motivated to play their best against him.

Photo: Instagram/Cristiano Ronaldo 

Gustavo also believes Ronaldo's presence is a positive, as the team can learn from him both technically and physically.

Ronaldo's contract with Al-Nassr runs until 2025 and includes his involvement in Saudi Arabia's bid to host the 2030 World Cup.

However, Al-Nassr's manager has hinted that Ronaldo may return to Europe before his contract is up.

The club sees Ronaldo's signing as more than just a football move, but as an inspiration to the league, nation, and future generations.

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Source: Mirror
 

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