Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – When the love story between two people seems cristiano ronaldo and Champions League After a painful and unexpected farewell, they received assurances from Europe that UEFA was seriously considering enacting a Invitation card arrive Al Nasr Compete in the most prestigious club tournament in the world.
Several European professional media said that the Old Continent’s football governing body is seriously considering inviting the Arab team to participate in the World Cup to be held next year.
According to reports from portals such as “Football Talk”, one of the reasons why UEFA is considering letting Al Nasr participate in the Champions League is that the Portuguese player still maintains good physical condition at the age of 38.
Likewise, the new format of the UEFA Champions League starting from the 2024-2025 season may lead to the inclusion of Asian teams.
Starting next year, the number of participants in the club championship will increase from 32 to 36, which will take into account the possibility of a Saudi team participating.
“UEFA intends to extend an invitation to Al Nasr to participate in the UEFA Champions League in 2024 ‘because it is one of the three most famous clubs in football’ and Al Nasr has a high profile on the European continent. “The X user (former football player) said. Twitter) @alharabi_44.
Is Mr. Champion back?
CR7, a five-time Orejonas winner, will return to the competition where he is the top scorer.
The European champion, who has donned the shirts of Manchester United and Real Madrid, has several records on his personal account.
During his Champions League career, Ronaldo established some marks such as the most goals scored in a single term (17 in 2013-2014), the footballer who played the most UEFA matches (197) and celebrated a total of 17 Contest. 140 notes.
Financial fair play, an obstacle
Although UEFA has entertained the idea of inviting Al Nasr, Financial Fair Play may prevent these claims.
Al Nassr won’t be able to abide by this when signing million-dollar contracts that include Cristiano Ronaldo.
On the other hand, the Saudi Arabian Football Association has cooperated with UEFA to seek a “wild card” to participate in the Champions League.
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