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“When I take my decisions, my family always support me, especially my kids. I want to give a different vision of the country and the football. If you give the example of the World Cup, the only team that beat the champions [Argentina] is Saudi Arabia.
“I’m grateful that Al-Nassr have given me this opportunity, not only for the younger generation, but for the womens generation. Its a challenge but I’m very proud.”
Depending on his fitness, Ronaldo could make his debut on Thursday against Al-Ta’ee. If he is unable to feature, the Saudi Pro League leaders face Al-Shabab on Saturday alongside World Cup hero Vincent Aboubakar, though the striker has been linked with a move in the opposite direction in January to the Premier League.