Cristiano Ronaldo’s new coach revealed himself to be an unconditional fan of Leo Messi

Al Nassr coach said he wanted to “bring Messi from Doha”.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s resounding arrival in Saudi soccer has put the Portuguese star’s new club, Al Nassr, on the soccer map, which convinced the former Real Madrid player with a dizzying offer of 200 million euros for each of the two and a half seasons he has just signed after terminating, during the World Cup, his contract with Manchester United.



Cristiano Ronaldo’s new coach, the Frenchman Rudi Garcia, has also revealed himself to be an unconditional fan of Leo Messi to the point of assuring, in a recent press conference, that he himself would have gone to Qatar to look for the Argentine footballer.

“First I wanted to bring Messi from Doha,” joked Rudi Garcia in an appearance before the media. In recent days, following the signing of Ronaldo, it has emerged that the multi-millionaire Saudi club has the ambition to bring in some of the world’s biggest stars, and the latest name to be linked is that of Sergio Ramos.

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