Saudi Arabia Bends Law To Allow Ronaldo, Girlfriend Live Together

According to reports, Saudi Arabia is prepared to relax its marital laws to permit Cristiano Ronaldo, the new star signing for Al Nassr, to live with his partner, Georgina Rodriguez.

It is against the law for unmarried couples to cohabit in Saudi Arabia.

Rodriguez and Ronaldo will live together in Saudi Arabia, according to the Spanish news site Sport, and they are likely not going to face any consequences for breaching the law.

Ronaldo left Manchester United by mutual consent following an inflammatory interview the Portuguese star gave to British reporter Piers Morgan in November, and he then joined Al Nassr.

The 37-year-old harshly criticized Man United’s management, claiming that the team has not improved since Sir Alex Ferguson left. He also criticized Erik ten Hag, the United coach, declaring that he lacked respect for him.

After a fantastic reception on arrival on Tuesday, Ronaldo was formally introduced as an Al Nassr player.

He claimed he made the decision to join the Saudi Arabian club in order to support the growth of the sport in the area and serve as an example for the local youth.

In addition, he said that the reason he decided to join the Arabian club was because he had “won everything” in Europe.

Ronaldo has made a staggering £173 million each year because to the contract he signed with Al Nassr.

The deal signed with Al Nassr is a whooping £173m per year deal that has made Ronaldo the highest paid footballer in the world.

Al Nassr have won the Arabian league nine times.

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