Football NewsCristiano Ronaldo Invites Four Former Utd Teammates to Pay Him a Visit
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Cristiano Ronaldo has sent invitations to four United players, including Harry Maguire, to pay him a visit

According to a recent rumor, Cristiano Ronaldo has extended an invitation to watch him play for Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia to four of his old teammates from Manchester United.

Following his release from Manchester United in November, the 37-year-old finalised his move to a club in the Middle East that will pay him a megabucks transfer fee last month. However, in order to play his first game for the Red Devils, he had to wait more than two weeks since he was suspended for two matches for striking a phone out of an Everton fan’s hand while he was playing for the Red Devils.

After making his debut in Saudi Arabia in an All-Star game against Lionel Messi’s Paris Saint-Germain, Cristiano Ronaldo made his debut for Al-Nassr in a 1-0 victory over Ettifaq on the previous Sunday. Ronaldo scored twice on his first outing in Saudi Arabia. However, the player who has won the Ballon d’Or five times did not score in that match, and he also did not score in his second match, which was played on Thursday against Al-Ittihad.

In spite of the fact that he has had trouble scoring goals in Saudi Arabia, it is said that Ronaldo is “enjoying life” there and that he has already invited four of his closest former teammates there to see him.

In the event that their schedules allow it, this might potentially take place in Portugal, where Ronaldo is currently in the midst of purchasing a sizable property in Lisbon. Since the forward’s departure from United took place so close to the beginning of Portugal’s World Cup campaign, it is said that he regrets not having the opportunity to properly farewell his friends at the club before leaving for the tournament.

Ronaldo has reached out to Maguire, Fernandes, Casemiro, and Varane to inquire about the possibility of them paying him a visit in the near future; however, it is possible that this won’t be possible considering the crowded schedule that the Red Devils have ahead of them. United is the only English team that is still competing in four competitions, and they could end up playing as many as 70 games during the course of this season.

In point of fact, the Red Devils will compete in eight matches throughout the month of February, and it is possible that they will not have a free midweek until the next international break, which will take place before the end of March. The likelihood of any of those four United players being called up to represent their country during that timeframe means that they will have very little opportunity to interact with Ronaldo.

The former Real Madrid player may have to wait until the summer to get back together with his best friends from Manchester United, but by that time, he may be holding yet another trophy in his hands. As of right now, Al-Nassr is in first place in the Saudi Pro League. They have won 10 of their last 14 league matches, and they have only lost one.