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Ronaldo faces Messi on Saudi soil

English media, including the “Mirror” newspaper, revealed that Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, who moved two days ago to the Saudi club Al-Nasr in a record deal, may renew the confrontation of his arch-rival, Argentine Lionel Messi, who was newly crowned with his country as world champion.

“Mirror” said that the confrontation will be through a friendly match for the French Paris Saint-Germain team in Saudi Arabia in front of a team of the stars of the Saudi Al-Hilal and Al-Nasr teams, and it is highly expected that Ronaldo will be one of the names that will be included in the “Al-Nasr and Al-Hilal” team, in exchange for Messi, who will lead the Paris Saint-Germain team. Germain.

Messi has been absent from Saint-Germain throughout the past period, and he will join him within days after the expiration of the short vacation period that he obtained after the arduous and exhausting participation for a whole month in the World Cup in Qatar, which concluded on the 18th of this month by achieving the World Cup, after defeating the French team in the final.

The newspaper said that the match will be part of the “Riyadh Season Cup”, which is a friendly tournament, as the date has not been set yet, while reports are talking about the 19th of this month. It is expected that if the match is held, the confrontation between Messi and Ronaldo will witness record viewership, whether in the stadium, or on international television screens, given the record popularity of the two international stars in the world, knowing that Ronaldo is considered the most followed in the world on various social networking sites, with about 770 followers. million followers, and Messi has more than 400 million followers on Instagram alone.

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