(37, Al Nasr) publicly criticized the president of the European Football Association (UEFA).메이저놀이터
Karim Benzema (Al Ittihad) joined Ronaldo in Saudi Arabia in January. Two Ballon d’Or winners headed to Saudi Arabia. N’Golo Kante is also in the mix with Benzema.
In recent years, Saudi Arabia has used its deep pockets to attract star players. Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur) is on the list. He received a €30 million ($42.4 billion) offer from Al Ittihad.
After the match against El Salvador on Tuesday, Son said in the Mix Zone, “I’m not ready to go to the Saudi League yet. I like the Premier League. I still have a lot of work to do.” He added, “I once heard (Ki) Sung-yong (FC Seoul) say that his brother doesn’t go to China as a national team captain. It’s better to play in your favorite league than for money.”
UEFA’s Alexander Ceferin has expressed his discomfort with the ongoing Saudi rush, telling Dutch NOS: “I think it’s a mistake for the Saudis to buy veteran stars for big money. The system of taking players at the end of their careers does not advance football. The same mistake was made in China.”
Ronaldo then took a shot at Cheferin. Shortly after reaching 200 caps for Portugal against Iceland, Ronaldo said, “The Saudi league is great. Maybe they are judging without watching the game. I don’t have a problem with it.”안전놀이터추천
Ronaldo continued, “I play in Saudi Arabia and I’m in the national team. I’ve already played three games. The Saudi league has no influence on my call-up to the national team,” he said, adding, “I’m happy here. I want to score more goals, I’ve achieved different records, I’m the top scorer in Portugal. I only want to say one thing: I don’t chase records. The record chases me. I’m very happy. It’s motivating to keep playing at the highest level,” he said proudly.