More soccer stars are considering following Cristiano Ronaldo (and big money) to Saudi Arabia.
Keylor Navas and Sergio Ramos have been linked to a potential Al-Nassr move in the summer transfer window when their respective contracts expire.
Both are currently at Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and both played alongside Ronaldo at Real Madrid.
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According to L’Equipe, France’s biggest sports newspaper, Sergio Ramos earns €500,000 ($504k) per week at PSG, or $6.51 million per year.
As for Keylor Navas, the Costa Rica goalkeeper is on $1.09 million per month, or $13 million per year.
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The irony is that Gianluigi Donnarumma, PSG’s starting keeper, actually earns less than second-choice keeper Navas.
Be that as it may, PSG is reportedly looking to offload both players considering they’re both 36 years old and ‘past their prime’.
Just like Ronaldo, Navas and Ramos have very little to prove in Europe, having won countless trophies at Real Madrid.
The World Cup in Qatar put the Arab Peninsula on the global soccer map and Cristiano Ronaldo’s move to Saudi Arabia did the rest.
Would Sergio Ramos and Keylor Navas accept a potential Al-Nassr offer?
Well, Cristiano Ronaldo certainly has the cachet to convince both Ramos and Navas to join him at Al-Nassr.
And the Saudi Arabia side won’t have a problem meeting the stars’ salary demands.
If you happen to be fan of Al Nassr, now’s the time to celebrate.
Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly earning a whopping $200 million per year at Al-Nassr, which explains his recent real estate investment.
The Portuguese star is currently living in a two-story hotel suite with his partner and their kids.
And the price? A cool $250,000 per month.