AL-NASSR manager Rudi Garcia reckons Cristiano Ronaldo will play in Europe again before the end of his career.
Ronaldo had spent his entire career in the continent before his Manchester United deal was terminated and he made the switch to Saudi Arabia.
Ronaldo made the £173MILLION-a-year move to the Middle East to become the highest-paid sportsman EVER.
His arrival at Al-Nassr came despite interest around Europe from the likes of Chelsea, Napoli and Bayern Munich.
But the 37-year-old opted to become the first high-profile player to join the Saudi Pro League.
Despite only recently arriving, Garcia reckons that he's bound to return to Europe at some point before he retires.
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He said: "Cristiano Ronaldo is a positive addition, as he helps to disperse defenders.
"He is one of the best players in the world.
"He will not finish his career at Al Nassr, he will return to Europe."
But if Ronaldo wants to get to the highest level, he'll have to improve on his form from this season.
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The forward has scored just three goals in 18 appearances for United and Al-Nassr.
And the last of those came against FC Sheriff more than three months ago with Ronaldo still waiting to get off the mark for his new club.
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