RONALDO INSULTED BY BENZEMA TRANSFER: The Portuguese is looking for a raise at Al Nasr

Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo is the first of the bigger football stars to move to the Saudi Arabian league, and after the transfer of Karim Benzema to Al Ittihad and the potential arrival of Lionel Messi to Al Hilal, the Portuguese found himself offended and wants a raise from his Al Nasr.

Benzema will sign the biggest contract in the history of football with Al Ittihad, where he will receive 600 million euros for three seasons, and the potential transfer of Lionel Messi to Al Hilal threatens to knock him down, but the Argentine’s final decision is awaited.

Cristiano Ronaldo, who signed a two-year contract for 200 million a year for the second-placed team in the Saudi league, reacted to this information and is now asking for a raise.

In addition to Ronaldo, Benzema, and Messi, there are also talks about the arrivals of Ngolo Kante, David de Gea, Angel di Maria and Sergio Ramos, all with the aim of promotion for hosting the World Cup in 2030.

The Portuguese arrived in Al Nasr from Manchester United in January, and during the half-season, he played 16 games and scored 14 goals.

The title in Saudi Arabia this season was won by Al Ittihad, who signed Karim Benzema in this transfer window, and together with Al Nasr, they are fighting for the signature of French midfielder Ngolo Kante.

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