Ronaldo is denied permission to play tomorrow for Al Nassr.

The 37-year-old signed a massive two-year contract with the Saudi Arabian club after his Manchester United contract was terminated.

The galactic £173 million he is expected to make annually would make him the highest-paid athlete in the world.

Ronaldo arrived in Riyadh on Monday to have a physical before finalizing his transfer.

In response to inquiries from the media, he stated that before joining with Al Nassr, he had been given “several possibilities” by various teams in Europe.

Additionally, he participated in an open training session with his new colleagues while demonstrating his finishing prowess in a drill.

But when his new side plays Al-Ta’ee on Thursday, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner WON’T be able to make his debut.

Their stadium is totally booked out, and a sizable 28,000 spectators are anticipated.

He is unable to make his Al Nassr debut, though, as he is still serving a suspension for an earlier incident while playing for Manchester United. following the incident with a young Everton fan at Goodison Park.

He knocked a phone out of the supporter’s hand in an angry outburst following his old team’s 1-0 defeat to Everton.

According to the Daily Mail, he has been informed that he is not permitted to participate in Al Nassr’s game against Al-Ta’ee.
As a result, until his new team plays, the suspension bans him from playing a key role for Al Nassr.