Cristiano Ronaldo ‘happy’ in Saudi Arabia, wants other players t

Cristiano Ronaldo concedes he did not expect to finish the season empty-handed at Al Nassr but the Portuguese forward says he is happy in Saudi Arabia and hopes other big-name players will follow him to the league for the next campaign.

He scored 14 goals in 16 games but it was not enough to help his side win the Saudi Pro League (SPL) title, with Al Nassr finishing second behind Al Ittihad.

The 38-year-old, who missed the final round of matches due to injury, said the league was very competitive but there were many opportunities for growth.

“But I am happy here. I want to continue here. I will continue here.”

Ronaldo said he has adapted to life at the club, although there are many differences from his time in Europe where he played for elite clubs such as Manchester United, Juventus and Real Madrid.

“In Europe we train more in the morning and here we train in the afternoon or at night. When Ramadan starts, we train at 10 o’clock at night. It was very strange,” he added.

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