Cristiano Ronaldo is poised to complete the victory transfer before the end of 2022 following Manchester United’s exit – Card Round

Ronaldo got a new club

Cristiano Ronaldo is close to landing at a new club, according to Spanish media outlet Marca. The Portugal international is currently in Dubai and is “ready to travel” to Saudi Arabia and sign for Al Nassr. The Middle Eastern club made an offer of €200m per season in salary and advertising agreements on a two-and-a-half-year contract. Marca believes the deal will be confirmed before the end of 2022 as the Saudi side wait for Ronaldo to sign the contracts. Al-Nasr hopes convincing the five-time Ballon d’Or winner to join will help put Saudi Arabia on the soccer map ahead of its ambitious bid to host the 2030 World Cup.

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paper round width: It looks like the Ronaldo transfer saga is finally coming to an end soon. The demands of his huge salary meant that it was always unlikely that a club in Europe would bet on him. It would have been nice to be back home with Sporting Lisbon, but there is no way they can compete with victory financially. Perhaps the big clubs had no interest in approaching him after his scathing Manchester United encounter with Piers Morgan. Ronaldo may just retire, but it’s hard to turn down such a huge final day. It will be interesting to see how it performs in Saudi Arabia and how much demand for watching the Saudi Professional League has increased around the world.

Martinelli is set for a massive contract extension

Arsenal and Gabriel Martinelli are close to agreeing to extend the Brazilian striker’s contract. The Mail has revealed that the 21-year-old is set to become one of Arsenal’s highest-paid players with a new deal worth £200,000-a-week. It was reported that negotiations were at an “advanced stage” and Arsenal are optimistic confirmation will come soon. Martinelli is “extremely happy” to extend his stay in north London and his new deal will be seen as a rejection of outside interests from rival European giants.

paper round width: It is crucial for Arsenal to start tying up their promising youngsters. Martinelli is just the first in the waiting list – ahead of Bukayo Saka and William Saliba – that Arsenal need to progress towards contract extensions with him. Obviously the big talking point is the fact that the Brazil international will command £200,000-a-week. It’s a huge amount of money and will likely affect any future contract negotiations with the rest of the team. However, Arsenal had these ideas in mind before making the offer for Martinelli. The guy has been in your classroom constantly for over a year now, so why not do everything you can to restrain him?

The Premier League battle for the latest Brazilian player

Chelsea are leading the way in the battle to sign Brazilian great Andre Santos from Vasco da Gama, according to The Times. The 18-year-old midfielder broke into the first team this year and has already caught the eye of a number of Premier League clubs, including Manchester City, Liverpool and Newcastle United, as well as Paris Saint-Germain. However, with Chelsea looking to continue their transfer policy under owner Todd Bohle to sign promising youngsters, Santos could be the next wonderland move to West London.

paper round width: Chelsea started to commit a little bit to rebuilding and added some talented youngsters to their squad in the summer. The Blues have signed Gabriel Slonina, Carne Chukwuemica and Cesare Casadey – all teenagers – while the additions of Mark Cucurella and Wesley Fofana bring fresh energy to their aging defence. It’s an interesting plan. Chelsea have always collected young and exciting talent, but we haven’t really seen many of these stars break into the first team under Roman Abramovich’s ownership. Hopefully things can change with Graham Potter as manager – he has a history of doing just that in the Premier League at Brighton.

Wolves are “confident” of hiring a new striker

Wolves are optimistic they will be able to complete the signing of Matheus Cunha from Atletico Madrid in the winter transfer window. The Mail reports that the two clubs are in negotiations for Cunha to join the Premier League club on an initial loan, with an option-to-buy clause worth £40m in the summer. The 23-year-old has struggled for consistent minutes since moving to the Spanish capital in 2021 and believes a loan move to Wolves will help him rediscover his former form.

paper round width: Wolves are in desperate need of a striker and have been for a while. The team currently sits last in the Premier League standings and have scored just eight goals in their first 15 games. Julen Lopetegui has officially taken over and hopes to hit the ground running now that the World Cup is over. Being out could be the answer to his problems if he helps Wolves find the back of the net more regularly than just once every other game. The Brazilian could be a very smart signing if he turns his season around.

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