The Portuguese star, Cristiano Ronaldo, will pay a huge sum for his stay with his girlfriend, Georgina Rodriguez, and his children in a luxurious suite in a Saudi hotel.
The site mentionedtalk sportAl-Riyadh, Thursday, stated that Ronaldo “will pay 250,000 pounds ($304,000) per month for the 17-room hotel suite in Saudi Arabia, before moving to a palace worth 10.5 million pounds ($12.8 million) thanks to the victory contract.”
“This is the price that Ronaldo and his family will pay to stay at the Four Seasons Hotel in the capital, Riyadh, but it will not be a problem for Ronaldo, whose salary is 173 million pounds ($210 million) annually in victory,” he said.
The Portuguese star became the highest-paid player in football, after his departure from European football, according to the site.
While Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez are not married, they have been granted a special amnesty by Saudi law to live together.
Ronaldo lives with Rodriguez and his children in the “Kingdom Suite”, between the 48th and 50th floors of the building, which covers an area of 4,000 square feet and provides “stunning views of the city.”
On the other hand, Al-Nasr Club commented On news reports indicating that the contract of the Portuguese star, Cristiano Ronaldo, includes obligations regarding Saudi Arabia’s bid to host the World Cup in 2030.
And the club said in a statement in English, on Wednesday: “Al-Nasr Club would like to clarify that, contrary to news reports, Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract does not involve any obligations to host the World Cup,” according to the Saudi newspaper, Al-Riyadiah.
He added, “His (Ronaldo’s) main focus is on victory and working with his colleagues to help the club achieve success.”
And it was reported that the “Portuguese Don” would receive more than 400 million euros ($429 million) during his stay in Saudi Arabia, including 200 million euros, to be an ambassador for the Kingdom’s joint file to host the 2030 World Cup, as reported by Agence France-Presse. For a source close to his new club, Al-Nasr.
That source, who refused to reveal his identity, claimed that the Public Investment Fund (Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund) had contributed to financing Ronaldo’s transfer to Al-Alamy.
And Al-Nasr had announced his contract with the Portuguese football legend on December 31, with a two-and-a-half-year contract, before presenting it to the fans through a huge carnival at the Marsool Park stadium in Riyadh on January 3.
The “Madeira Rocket” is currently serving a two-match disciplinary penalty imposed on him when he was playing for Manchester United.