Cristiano Ronaldo has been officially been unveiled as new Al Nassr player in Riyadh on Tuesday.
Ronaldo has signed a contract worth £200m a season and has been defiant about what he wants to achieve in the Middle East.
He had some harsh words for his critics, claiming: “Many people speak and give their opinions, but they don’t know anything about football.”
Cristiano Ronaldo insists a move to Al Nassr will not mean the end of his career as he aims to chase more records in Saudi Arabia.
The 37-year-old penned a deal worth £200m a season and is now enjoying a new challenge in the Middle East.
I’m so proud to make this big decision in my life and football,” said Ronaldo at his official unveiling to the media’.
I want to give a different vision of the country and the football.
“In Europe my work is done, I won everything. I played for the most important clubs in Europe. For me now, it’s a new challenge.
“For me it’s not the end of my career coming to Saudi Arabia, and I’m not worried about what people say.