The domino effect of the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo with Al-Nassr
After the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo with Al-Nassr of Saudi ArabiaManchester United was forced to look for a replacement for the offensive apparatus and on the other hand, the Saudi team has had to do the same but to find a new destination for vincent aboubakarwhich allows him to register the Portuguese without major setbacks.
That is why with the arrival of the historic number ‘7’ of Real Madrid and the Portuguese National Team to the Saudi Pro League, The Red Devils of the Premier League went to knock on the door of Besiktas from Turkey, who had Wout Weghorst as their footballer on loan from English Burnley, and had to authorize his departure in exchange for $3.2 million dollars.
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For this reason, The domino effect of Cristiano’s exodus from the Old Trafford institution began to change some things in the Old Continent, since Weghorst’s departure from the Turkish team forced them to have to go on the market for a replacement for the second part of the season in the Süper Lig.
That is why the Black Eagles thought of Aboubakar’s discomfort and In the last few hours it has been revealed that they tied up the signing of the Cameroonian attacker who participated in the Qatar 2022 World Cup, taking into account that he was already with them in the 2020-21 campaign..
According to Fabrizio Romano, The Istanbul institution reached an agreement for the ’10’ from Cameroon to return after his adventure in Saudi Arabia, until mid-June 2025. With this it would be closing the triangle of contracts that began with the arrival of Cristiano to the Saudi Pro League.
Who is most affected by this domino effect?
The Mexican striker Raúl Jiménez could be considered the biggest victim of this series of movementsmainly with the last one, since there had been speculation about Besiktas’ interest in signing him as Weghorst’s replacement, but by opting for Aboubakar, he will have to stay at Wolverhampton to compete with Diego Costa, Matheus Cunha and Hwang Hee-chan.