Cristiano Ronaldo plays football with kids on Al-Nassr’s Japan tour
Cristiano Ronaldo, a Portuguese professional and most popular footballer who plays as a forward for and captains the Saudi Professional League club Al Nassr and the Portugal national team, was seen playing with kids during Al Nassr’s pre-season tour in Japan.
Cristiano Ronaldo is currently in Japan with his teammates for their pre-season matches against PSG (Paris Saint-Germain) and Inter Milan.
Ahead of Al Nassr’s friendly match against PSG, Cristiano Ronaldo was seen enjoying with kids. In a video which has gone viral, he was seen playing and laughing with kids. Fans wrote on social media, “I love that he is aggressive and determined during the game and kind and humble outside the game.” Another fan wrote on Twitter, “What a guy, you love to see my goat.”
During a press conference, the famous footballer was also heard talking in Japanese language. He was heard saying ‘Arigato’ which, in Japanese, means ‘thank you’. In a viral video, he was seen thanking the Japanese reporters.
Recently, in an interview, the footballer said, “I’m 100 per cent sure I won’t return to any European club. They criticized me for coming to the Saudi league, but what happened now? I opened the way to the Saudi league and now all the players are coming here.”
Earlier this year, Al-Nassr signed Cristiano Ronaldo.
Al Nassr has been signing various footballers in recent months in an effort to boost its global image. Al Nassr hired Luís Manuel Ribeiro de Castro as its new football manager. Al Nassr also signed Croatian midfielder Marcelo Brozovic, Ghislain Konan, and David Ospina.
Recently, Sadio Mane, a popular Senegalese professional football player who plays as a forward for Bundesliga club Bayern Munich, agreed to join the Al Nassr club. According to reports, the footballer agreed on personal terms with the Saudi Pro League club.