Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to sign a seven-year deal with Al-Nassr with an estimated €200 million in guaranteed compensation starting in 2024.

Following Cristiano Ronaldo's dramatic exit from Old Trafford last month, Manchester United's fixture list for their 2022-23 Carabao Cup tie against Burnley devoted

The pre-match notes written by Erik ten Hag should have mentioned Ronaldo, whose contract was mutually terminated in November.

United released the 37-year-old striker immediately after his explosive conversation with Piers Morgan.

"Cristiano Ronaldo left the club by mutual consent last month. The Portuguese superstar scored 145 goals in two games and 436 appearances and helped us win three Premier.

Ronaldo was also crowned Ballon d'Or winner in 2008. In a statement on November 22, the club expressed its gratitude.

Cristiano's immense contribution and wished him and his family the best of luck for the future,” the statement read.

"The deal could become official on or shortly after Thursday, December 22, once Cristiano decides to head to Riyadh to sign a deal that will tie him to Al Nassr.