The board of directors of Saudi club Al Nasr, led by Musli Al Muammar, has settled the first deals with the first football team in preparation for the next 2023-2024 sports season, according to Saudi media reports.
Al-Nasr started a big revolution in deals when he signed Portuguese legend Cristiano Ronaldo during last Mercato winter.
And the Saudi Sports website reported that Al-Nasr had settled another big deal, agreeing to include Ronaldo’s former Juventus colleague, Colombian star Juan Cuadrado.
And the site mentioned with reference to the Elfutbolero newspaper: “Juan Cuadrado is a player of the Al-Nasr club starting next season.”
The source indicated that Cuadrado, 30, who has a contract with Juventus until June 30, turned down several offers of an extension and again chose to play alongside Ronaldo, this time in the colors of the Al-Nasr club.
Colombian star Zamil Ronaldo was with Juventus from 2018 to 2021 before the Portuguese moved to Manchester United and then Al Nasr.
Source: Saudi Sports