Football fans will get one last Lionel Messi-Cristiano Ronaldo matchup if the former Manchester United and Real Madrid star does sign with Saudi Arabia-based club Al-Nassr.
Marca reports that Ronaldo will join Al-Nassr and set the table for a Mess-Ronaldo matchup if the information is accurate.
PSG is considering going to Saudi Arabia in mid-January to play a friendly against a team made up of the best players from Al-Hilal and Al-Nassr (h/t Hadrien Grenier).
Cristiano Ronaldo va rejoindre Al-Nassr selon @marca !
Pour rappel, le PSG songe à se rendre en Arabie saoudite mi janvier pour disputer un amical face à une équipe constituée des meilleurs joueurs d’Al-Hilal et Al-Nassr comme indiqué par @AbdellahBoulma et @LeMechenoua… 🇦🇷⚔️🇵🇹
— Hadrien Grenier (@hadrien_grenier) December 30, 2022
While the debate about who is the better player between Messi and Ronaldo is over after the veteran forward won the 2022 FIFA World Cup with Argentina; meanwhile, Portugal crashed out in the quarterfinals with the 37-year-old coming off the bench.
Although the public opinion on Ronaldo has quickly shifted over the last few months, there’s no doubt the majority will sign up for one final matchup between him and Messi should PSG head to Saudi Arabia.