Striker Abubakar (Cameroon), who left Al Nasr (Saudi Arabia), expressed that he did not want to join Ronaldo (Portugal) at his request.

On the 8th (Korean time), Abubakar revealed the reason for leaving Al Nasr through the French media Canal+. Abubakar left Al Nasr through the winter transfer window and joined Besiktas (Turkiye).

Abu Bakar said: “Right after Ronaldo joined Al Nasr, I spoke to the manager and he told me that he wanted to leave right before Ronaldo joined. Once Ronaldo joined the team, one foreign player had to leave.” “Ronaldo asked me to stay and the club wanted me to stay until the end of the season. The club was ready to pay me for the whole season,” he said. 먹튀검증

Ronaldo held a ceremony to join Al Nasr on the 4th of last month. Ronaldo’s Al Nasr debut game was delayed for various reasons, including a ban from the English Football Association (FA) for assaulting an Everton boy fan at the time of Manchester United last year. In particular, the Saudi Arabia professional league can have up to eight foreign players per club. Al Nasr had eight foreign players prior to signing Ronaldo, and Abubakar was most likely to leave the team. With the signing of Ronaldo, Abubakar, who received attention for his future, eventually chose to leave Al Nasr.

Abubakar, who was effectively released from Al Nasr due to Ronaldo, scored 35 goals in 94 A-matches as a member of the Cameroon national team. He also performed impressively in the last World Cup finals in Qatar, scoring the winning goal against Brazil.

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