Cristiano Ronaldo: Check Out His Palatial Suit In Saudi Arabia

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Cristiano Ronaldo is living the high life as he settles into a new life in Saudi Arabia after a lucrative move to Al-Nassr.

Cristiano Ronaldo: Check Out The Stars Kingdom Suite In Saudi Arabia

The 37-year-old Portuguese star signed a £175 million per year contract last month and joined the Middle Eastern team.

He arrived in Saudi Arabia earlier this week and was introduced to the crowd during an open training session at Mrsool Park stadium.

He hasn’t played a single game for the team yet, but he has already made himself at home in a five-star hotel.

According to reports, Ronaldo is staying at a Four Seasons hotel located in the Kingdom Tower, one of Saudi Arabia’s highest structures.

The former Manchester United player is located in the “Kingdom Suite,” a 99-floor building that spans two stories.

The smaller “Presidential Suite” is offered for £3,300 per night, however the price of the larger suite is not disclosed.

Ronaldo will only be residing in the apartment for one month while looking for a permanent residence, but he will be able to take in an amazing view of Riyadh during that time.

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The hotel describes the Kingdom Suite as follows: “Entertain guests with unparalleled views of Riyadh.”

Cristiano Ronaldo: Check Out The Stars Kingdom Suite In Saudi Arabia

“Our newest two-storey suite spans the 48th and 50th floors of the Hotel, with a soaring living room, a private office, a dining room and a media room.”

There are a variety of cuisines available for Ronaldo, including dishes from China, Japan, India, and the Middle East.

Georgina Rodriguez, the partner of the former Real Madrid star, is claimed to be pleased with the hotel because it is located in a mall with stores like Louis Vuitton and Zara.

A tennis court, a spa, a sauna, and massage therapies are additional features.

Cristiano Ronaldo: Check Out The Stars Kingdom Suite In Saudi Arabia

While Ronaldo starts his two-and-a-half-year contract in Saudi Arabia, efforts are still being made to find him a new, permanent residence.

The prominent Saudi regions of Al Muhammadiyah and Al Nakheel are regarded as two of the perfect locations.

Both are gated neighborhoods next to Mrsool Park stadium in Al-Nassr.

Swimming pools, preschools, stores, clinics, gyms, and restaurants are all located within the neighborhoods.

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Ronaldo would therefore rarely have to leave the area other than for training or games.

Alcohol is not offered, though, as it is prohibited nationwide.

In an effort to keep his team at the top of the standings, Ronaldo is anticipated to make his Al-Nassr Saudi Pro League debut on January 22 against Ettifaq.

However, it is said that he would play for about 30 minutes in a friendly between a team made up of players from Al-Nassr and Al-Hilal and Paris Saint-Germain three days earlier.

Fans may thus witness Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi playing together once again.

When Will Cristiano Ronaldo Make his Debut?

After being legally registered by his new team Al Nassr, Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo might make his Saudi Arabian debut on January 22, a club source told AFP on Saturday.

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Cristiano Ronaldo: Check Out The Stars Kingdom Suite In Saudi Arabia

Ronaldo, who made his first appearance in front of the crowd on Tuesday, was added to the squad after Al Nassr released Manchester United-affiliated striker Vincent Aboubakar in order to adhere to the Saudi league’s limit of a maximum of eight international players.

After serving a two-match suspension for breaking a fan’s cellphone while playing for Manchester United in November, he will now be eligible for the home game against Ettifaq on January 22.

“Al Nassr terminated Vincent Aboubakar’s contract by mutual consent and he received all his financial rights,” the club source said, adding that Ronaldo was registered before Al Nassr’s game against Al Ta’ee on Friday.

Cristiano Ronaldo: Check Out The Stars Kingdom Suite In Saudi Arabia

“So now he served one game from the ban and will serve the other one against Al Shabab” on January 14, the source said.

The representative claimed that Aboubakar, 30, was now a free agent and could negotiate with any team, but he did not address rumors that he would be headed to Manchester United.

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