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Cristiano Ronaldo savagely destroyed by KFC amid reports he's 'agreed' to sign for Al-Nassr

Nasir Jabbar

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Cristiano Ronaldo savagely destroyed by KFC amid reports he's 'agreed' to sign for Al-Nassr

Cristiano Ronaldo has been savagely destroyed by KFC amid reports he's 'agreed' a record-breaking deal with Al-Nassr.

The 37-year-old is without a club following the termination of his Manchester United contract.

It's claimed that they have offered him a whopping £173 million-a-year contract, making it a world record deal in football.

But Ronaldo's proposed switch to Al-Nassr has been ridiculed by KFC, who aimed a brutal dig at the five-time Ballon d'Or winner.

Al-Nassr boast Cameroon international Vincent Aboubakar and the American fast food restaurant chain made a joke about his possible arrival.

"Decent back up to Aboubakar tbf," they wrote on Twitter.

KFC mock Cristiano Ronaldo's reported move to Al-Nassr. Image: Twitter
KFC mock Cristiano Ronaldo's reported move to Al-Nassr. Image: Twitter

Aboubakar scored two goals for Cameroon at the World Cup before their elimination. He scored in their draw against Serbia and scored their winner against Brazil, before being sent off.

Ronaldo could call Aboubakar a teammate if he decides to sign for Al-Nassr, who are hoping to fend off reported interest from Chelsea and Newcastle United.

The former Real Madrid and Juventus man is currently on international duty with Portugal as they resume their Qatar venture against Switzerland.

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But Ronaldo may have landed himself in hot water with Fernando Santos following his substitution in their group stage defeat to South Korea.

Speaking in his pre-match press conference, he said: "Have I seen the images? Yes, I didn’t like it, not at all. I didn’t like it," Santos said in his pre match press conference.

"I really didn’t like it. But from that moment onwards everything is finished regarding that issue.

"These matters are resolved behind closed doors. It’s resolved. Full stop on this matter and now everyone is focused on tomorrow’s match."

Santos added: "I only decide who is going to be captain when I reach the stadium.

"I still don’t know what the lineup will be. That’s what I’ve always done and that’s what I’m always going to do and it’s going to be the same tomorrow.

"The other topic is solved. We have fixed that in-house and that’s it."

Featured Image Credit: Alamy/KFC

Topics: Football, Cristiano Ronaldo

Nasir Jabbar
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