Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly close to signing a contract with Saudi club Al-Nassr.
The 37-year-old captain is set to reach an agreement on a two-and-a-half-year contract, the Spanish newspaper Marca reported on Wednesday, saying the total cost of the deal is around 200 million euros ($A307m) per season.
Ronaldo has been without a club since leaving Manchester United last week following a TV interview where he heavily criticised the club.
The US broadcaster CBS has also reported on an offer from the Saudi club.
Al-Nassr, coached by Frenchman Rudi Garcia, have former Bayern Munich midfielder Luiz Gustavo and Colombian keeper David Ospina under contract.
Ronaldo is currently busy at the World Cup with Portugal having become the only man to have scored in five different editions.
Australian Associated Press
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