According to Marca, Cristiano Ronaldo’s old Real Madrid colleague Sergio Ramos wants to reconcile with him in the summer at Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr, where they are eagerly anticipating his arrival. For the best sports betting casinos of January make sure you check out the CasinoDaddy pages!
Ronaldo, whose contract with Manchester United was mutually ended last month, is anticipated to join with Al-Nassr soon and get a salary of around €200 million annually.
Due to Ramos’ 36-year-old contract with Paris Saint-Germain ending at the conclusion of this season, Al-Nassr would have the same opportunity to sign Ronaldo as a free agent.
From 2009 to 2018, Ramos and Ronaldo won two LaLiga championships and four Champions Leagues while playing together in Madrid. However, a move to Saudi Arabia would be considered challenging now that Ramos has a significant position in PSG’s lineup.
Al-Nassr has already dismissed three players and postponed the signing of two more players in preparation for their first priority, which is still getting Ronaldo to Saudi Arabia.
Furthermore, Leeds United manager Jesse Marsch stated that the Premier League is more difficult in England since not every side “has a chance” due to the absence of a US-style salary ceiling.
Leeds will play Newcastle United on Saturday. Since being acquired by a Saudi Arabia-led group in October of last year, Newcastle United has added a number of new players to its roster.
Marsch hailed Newcastle’s comeback under manager Eddie Howe, but he told reporters at a press conference on Friday that Leeds needed to adopt a different strategy due to the financial gap between the two teams.
Marsch commented: “We all know in this world of football it’s something that’s different from American sports. We have salary caps and everyone has a chance when the season starts. I’m sorry, but the way European football works that’s just not the case. “I would love to say we want to win every match and we are in a position to do that. But we know we are in the reality of who we are right now and that is not realistic.
Jurgen Klopp, manager of Liverpool, on the other hand, claimed that Darwin Nunez reminds him of Robert Lewandowski at the beginning of his career and stated that he is remaining “calm” about the Uruguayan striker’s development.
Nunez’s Anfield career has had a bumpy start since he joined from Benfica in the summer. He has scored nine goals in 20 appearances in all competitions, but he has also struggled when given good opportunities.
However, once the 23-year-old joined Borussia Dortmund under Klopp’s leadership in 2010, the German manager dispelled any notion that he had any reservations about the player, equating him to Lewandowski.
Klopp said in a statement “There are a lot of similarities, to be honest. I think Lewy would tell the same story. We had shooting sessions where he didn’t finish off one. It’s all about staying calm. When you see the potential, stay calm.”