The fight between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo may not be over yet.
Britain’s ‘The Sun’ said on the 12th (Korean time), “Saudi Arabia club Al Hilal intends to offer Messi an annual salary of 245 million pounds (approximately 371.1 billion won). If the contract is concluded, Messi will Nasr can surpass Ronaldo, who receives an annual salary of 173 million pounds (about 262 billion won). Messi’s contract with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) ends at the end of this season,” it was reported.
Ronaldo’s Al-Nasrhaeng has brought a lot of buzz. Ronaldo, who set a milestone in world football history by playing for Manchester United and Real Madrid, returned to a team that was no different from his parents when he returned to Manchester United in 2021. He scored 18 goals in the 2021-22 season alone in the English Premier League (EPL), proving that he still has the best skills.
Even before the start of this season, he had a creak with Manchester United. He has been vocal in demanding a transfer since he was absent from the preseason. He was insincere in training and games, and even when he participated, his performance was the worst. It wasn’t so good that there were arguments that it was better for Manchester United without Ronaldo. Here, an interview directly criticizing Manchester United caused controversy.
Manchester United have decided to terminate the contract with Ronaldo. Ronaldo seemed to stay in Europe, but chose to go to Saudi Arabia. Al-Nasr offered Ronaldo a staggering salary and was able to successfully close his contract. Ronaldo quickly surpassed the likes of Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar to become the highest-paid footballer in the world. 바카라사이트
It seems that Al-Hilal is outraged by the worldwide attention that Al-Nasr has received. Al Hilal is a rival of Al Nasr and is also the most successful team in the Saudi Arabia League. It is also on the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL) winningest team. Al-Hilal, which even has capital, plans to respond to Al-Nasr, who brought Ronaldo by recruiting Messi.
In Saudi Arabia, the ‘Meho War’, which refers to the confrontation between Messi and Ronaldo, can unfold. As Ronaldo went to the league on the periphery, the match against Meho was now considered impossible, but it could suddenly be held in the Saudi Arabian league.