Ronaldo Is Not For Sale – Al Nassr Warn Other Clubs Despite Trophyless Season

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Guido Fienga, the Al Nassr CEO, has confirmed that world-famous superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo will remain at the club next season despite a heartbreaking ending to the 2023-24 campaign.

Al-Nassr finished second in the league, 14 points behind local rival, Al-Hilal.

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They also lost the King’s Cup final to Al Hilal via a penalty shoot-out on Friday.

It meant Ronaldo and his team-mates finished the season trophyless.

TrBut it was a good year for Ronaldo personally, as he broke the record of most goals in a Saudi Pro League season with his brace against Al-Ittihad in the last league stage match.

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Fienga, speaking to Sada Al-Mala’eib after the Saudi King’s Cup final, said that the Portugal captain will continue with Al-Nassr and insisted that the 39-year-old’s blood has become yellow, referring to the major colour of the team.

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