Credit: Twitter

Credit: Twitter

In a major bombshell, Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly told his plan to bosses of Al-Nassr to retire at the Saudi club, with no intention of moving back to Europe. The 38-year-old, who arrived in the Middle Eastern country at the twilight of his career in January, after signing a two and half year contract, has set the stage alight in his first year at the Saudi Pro League giants, elevating the football in the country by leaps and bounds.

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After Al-Nassr's 4-3 win against Al-Ahli on Friday, in which Cristiano Ronaldo scored a brace, the Portuguese superstar talked to the media and said, "I will continue until my legs say, Cristiano, it's finished."

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As per the reports, Abdulaziz Al-Osaimi, the Saudi journalist, has revealed that Cristiano Ronaldo told Al-Alami about his desire to end his career at Al-Nassr. When the five-time Ballon d’Or winner made his move to Al-Awwal Park earlier this year, a lot of eyebrows were raised, but still, he has proved his doubters wrong, and now, he is ready to call it quits there.

The tweet from the Saudi journalist about the retirement plans of the Portuguese star read, “The world’s top scorer, the Arabs’ top scorer, Rushen’s top scorer, and the first legend in world history, told Al-Nassr his desire for the end of his football career to be with Al-Nassr club only. The legend will not wear a logo another after the victory slogan.”

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Moreover, in his recent outing with Al-Nassr in the Saudi Pro League, Cristiano Ronaldo scored a brace, to help his team secure an important 4-3 win against Al-Ahli Saudi at the Al-Awwal Park. He has scored nine goals in his last five matches in the league this season, which has put him three goals ahead of the second-place scorer in the leaderboard, Malcom from Al-Hilal.