Cristiano Ronaldo will be available to play on January 22 after missing Al Nassr's Saudi Pro League match against Al Ta'ee on Friday.
After being legally registered by the new squad, Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo might make his Al Nassr debut on January 22, a club source told AFP on Saturday.
Ronaldo, who made his public debut this week, was added to the roster when Al Nassr released Manchester United-affiliated striker Vincent Aboubakar.
After serving a two-match suspension for breaking a fan's cell phone while playing for Manchester United in November, he will now be eligible for the home game.
The club source stated that "Vincent Aboubakar's contract was canceled by Al Nassr by mutual consent and he obtained all of his financial rights"
He has now completed one game of the suspension and will complete the remaining one on January 14 against Al Shabab, the source stated.
Ronaldo, 37, joined Al Nassr in a deal reportedly for approximately 200 million euros that have brought the Saudi Pro League to an entirely new level of attention.
As Saudi Arabia explores a joint candidature with Greece and Egypt for the 2030 World Cup, the neighboring country of Qatar,