How much Cristiano Ronaldo has earned in Saudi Pro League so far since leaving Man Utd
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Cristiano Ronaldo has made an absolute fortune ever since he made the move to the Saudi Pro League.
It has proven to be a catalyst for the arrival of a slew of big-name signings in Saudi.
The likes of Neymar, Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, Karim Benzema, Jordan Henderson, Riyad Mahrez, Allan Saint-Maximin and Ruben Neves are all now playing their trade in the Saudi top flight.
But while they are all earning a pretty penny, no player's pay packet comes close to Ronaldo's.
Ronaldo takes home around £3,403,846 per week from Al Nassr and given it's coming up to the one-year anniversary of his arrival, the 38-year-old has now collected around £153 million.
But although the money is more than, he hasn't just gone to Saudi for a payday and has scored 36 goals in 42 appearances for Al Nassr, who are second in the league after 13 games.
Ronaldo's son, Cristiano Jr, has also followed in his footsteps by signing with Al Nassr's youth academy.
The 13-year-old has followed his dad to Juventus and Manchester United and played in the youth academies there.
The Arab Club Champions Cup winners have high hopes for him as he is playing two years above his age group and turning out for the Under 15 side.