Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo could return to the Champions League: he would have a clause to leave Al-Nassr if Newcastle qualifies for the competition

A hypothetical transfer from Al-Nassr to Newcastle United would not represent a problem because both teams have the same owner

After months of speculation, the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo has a new team: Al-Nassr from Saudi Arabia. But despite the contract being for two and a half seasons, the striker could return to the Premier League as early as June.

And it is that the page released details of Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract with the entity, in which there is a clause that could return him to the football elite: the Champions League.

Apparently, the negotiation included an agreement in which Cristiano could leave the club on loan to Newcastle United of the Premier League in the summer market, all this in case the ‘Magpies’ qualify for the European competition.

Although many fans might think that it would be a complex negotiation, especially since Newcastle would have to pay half of Cristiano Ronaldo’s annual salary ($100 million dollars), but the agreement would have a clear basis.

The owners of Newcastle United are the same as those of Al-Nassr, so there would be no problem for the arrival of the ‘Bug’.

If Newcastle qualify for the Champions League (currently it is third in the Premier League) and become the new signing of the Europeans, Cristiano’s return to the Champions League will be confirmed, a tournament that he has won five times and of which He is the all-time top scorer, with 141 goals.

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