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We just started 2023 and there are possible bad news for Cristiano Ronaldo. In sports, he has given a lot to talk about with his transfer to Arab soccer with Al Nassr after not finding a place in Europe and now, in personal matters, versions of a possible separation with Georgina Rodríguez.
They are rumors but a famous TV program, which has been very accurate in information in the Piqué-Shakira case, has uncovered that CR7 and Georgina are not at their bestthat football has gotten into the relationship and even a supposed wedding postponement would be planned.
Cristiano and Georgina fight; Will there be a break?
The TV show socialite exposes that “people close” to the family of Dos Santos Aveiro have given them details of the alleged couple crisis with Georginawith two sporting situations as the triggers for the problems at home, to the point of ensuring that “they are only together for convenience, but without love”.
It is pointed out that CR7 was mentally destroyed for failure in Qatar World Cup 2022, in which Portugal was surprisingly eliminated by Morocco in the Quarterfinals. That blow to the footballer’s ego, plus his decision to play in Saudi Arabia, where Georgina allegedly did not want to move towould be the triggers for distancing.
This is the same television broadcast that a few weeks ago uncovered the video of Gerard Piqué with his girlfriend Clara Chía inside Shakira’s house when the Colombian was not there, which caused a scandal in a couple that was seen as one of the most solid of the sports and artistic environment.
How much does Ronaldo earn in Arabia?
Although the model may be upset about swapping England for Saudi Arabia, where women’s rights and freedoms are an issue like in Qatar at the World Cup, the truth is that Cristiano will be the highest paid player in the world to “please” his wife.
It has transpired that the historic goalscorer of Portugal will charge 200 million euros per yeara huge figure, especially for a 37-year-old who seems close to retirement, having signed a two-and-a-half-year contract with the Al Nassr club, where Colombian David Ospina and Cameroonian Vincent Aboubakar play.