Former Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani is said to be linked with a move to Al Nasr, where he could be reunited with Cristiano Ronaldo.

Cavani joined Manchester United from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in October 2020 and scored 19 goals in 59 appearances across competitions in his two seasons there. He played 14 times alongside Cristiano Ronaldo before both players left Old Trafford last year.

Cavani left at the end of his contract to join Valencia on a two-year deal. Ronaldo’s exit was far less friendly. He left the club by mutual consent in November, but no one can deny that the two parties parted with a bitter taste in their mouths.

according to TransfersAl Nasr is interested in the Uruguay icon who is struggling for form at Valencia. He has seven goals in 25 appearances for his new club but has yet to score in his last 14 appearances across competitions.

The former Napoli striker has also been linked with a move to Boca Juniors in Argentina, apart from the admiration of a number of Saudi Professional League clubs. It seems unlikely that he will stay with him Chi After the summer, especially if they landed this season.

Valencia has 34 points from 33 games and ranks 17th in the league table. They are just outside the relegation zone due to their superior goal difference over Getafe.

Former Manchester United star has urged Cristiano Ronaldo to end his career at Real Madrid

Brazilian legend Rivaldo has urged former Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo to return to Real Madrid and end his career on a high note.

The Portuguese star joined the Saudi side in January on a two-and-a-half-year deal as a player for which he will earn £175m in annual wages. But the 38-year-old’s time in Riyadh has seen ups and downs, with reports saying he was unhappy at victory.

It was also said that Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez would welcome “CR7” to the Santiago Bernabéu, but not as a player. Rivaldo said likevia GOAL:

“Does the money he earns make up for the unhappy life he is leading now?… It would be good for him and for football to have Cristiano Ronaldo return to Real Madrid to finish his career.

he added:

“Of course, the fans must understand that they cannot ask him the same as they did when he was 25 or 26, but he can still help the club achieve more.”

Ronaldo spent nine years at Real Madrid until his move to Juventus in July 2018, winning four UEFA Champions League titles among other honours.

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