Cristiano Ronaldo's signing in the ranks of Saudi Arabia's Al Nasser West (Reuters)
It's no secret that Cristiano Ronaldo really wanted to move to a team that would play in the Champions League and after not receiving an offer from one, he followed the big money of Al Nasser of Saudi Arabia.
But whoever thought that the king of the factory gates of all time had given up on his dream, may have been wrong.
According to the reports coming from Saudi Arabia, Ronaldo has a secret clause in his contract according to which he can leave in the summer for Newcastle if they qualify for the Champions League.
Next season again in the Premier League?
Ronaldo (photo: official website, Al-Nasser's official website)
Ronaldo, who will soon be 38 years old, signed a contract for two and a half years with the Saudi team and is supposed to earn an imaginary salary of 200 million euros per season.
But the top team from North East England is under the same Saudi owners, which might allow the big star to end his career in Europe and play again in the factory he loves so much.
And what is the chance that Newcastle will actually be in the Champions League?
He probably looks very tall.
The Zebras are placed third in the Premier League above Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United and only 2 points behind second placed Manchester City.
The team is undefeated in its last 14 games, 12 of which are in the Premier League.
Newcastle has the best defense in the league with only 11 concedings and it is very possible that the team, which has almost unlimited money thanks to the Saudis, will make a massive reinforcement already this January to ensure the qualification for the senior factory, where they will play, perhaps, with Cristiano Ronaldo.
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