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Ronaldo set to lose highest-paid footballer title

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Ronaldo set to lose highest-paid footballer title

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s status as the highest-paid footballer in the world is on the verge of changing. The Portuguese player received an impressive annual salary of £177 million after moving from Manchester United to Al-Nassr last year. Recent reports from L’Equipe suggest that his earnings in the Middle East are about to be overshadowed by a fellow player.

With Neymar on the verge of moving to Al-Hilal, the forward’s estimated wage in the Middle East is poised to exceed even Ronaldo’s earnings. This could be achieved through a partnership bonus expected to bolster his overall pay. Insiders familiar with the situation indicate that negotiations are ongoing, and it is anticipated that the total income at Al-Hilal will surpass that of Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ronaldo’s performance at Al-Nassr since joining has been remarkable. He has scored an impressive 20 goals in just 25 appearances for the club. Now, all eyes are on Neymar and how he will fare in Saudi Arabia. The Brazilian forward accumulated seven league titles during his time at Barcelona and PSG in Europe. Despite his successes, there’s a sense that Neymar has yet to live up to his potential fully.

Although Neymar did secure a Champions League victory with Barcelona, he has been unable to capture Europe’s top prize since then. PSG reached the finals in 2020 but fell short as Bayern Munich secured a 1-0 victory with a goal from Kingsley Coman. Rumours had circulated about Neymar’s possible return to Barcelona, but Xavi, Barcelona’s current coach, appears hesitant about bringing back his former teammate.


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Interestingly, Al-Hilal had made an offer for Neymar’s PSG teammate, Kylian Mbappe, earlier in the summer. However, the French player turned down the opportunity to join the Saudi club. Al-Hilal has been actively strengthening its roster, having secured the services of four prominent players from European teams, including Kalidou Koulibaly from Chelsea, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic from Lazio, Ruben Neves from Wolves, and Malcom from Zenit.

Amid these developments, PSG’s manager, Luis Enrique, was questioned about Neymar’s potential departure. The Spanish coach remained discreet, emphasizing the club’s philosophy, emphasising the collective over individual players and coaches. Enrique indicated that his interactions with players remain private and that his actions would communicate more than his words.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s reign as the world’s highest-paid footballer is in jeopardy as Neymar’s projected income at Al-Nassr is set to surpass his earnings. Neymar’s move to Al-Hilal marks a new chapter in his career, and his performances will be closely watched.


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