Cristiano Ronaldo (38, Al-Nassr) expressed strong dissatisfaction, and manager Rudy Garcia (59, France) Al-Nassr was put in danger of being sacked. Contrary to rumors, he hasn’t been fired yet, but his future still seems uncertain.

ESPN reported on the 13th, citing a source, 메이저사이트“Coach García Al-Nassr was given a chance to play.”

García, who took the helm of Al Nasr in June of last year, is known to have had an uncomfortable relationship with Ronaldo recently.

ESPN said, “Reports have emerged that relations between Ronaldo and Garcia, who joined Al Nasr last December, are not very good, and Garcia is under great pressure.”

According to local media, Ronaldo is said to have conveyed his dissatisfaction with García’s tactics to Al-Nassr’s leadership. Reports have recently poured in that coach Garcia will be sacked due to Ronaldo wearing Al Nasr uniform for an enormous amount of 200 million euros (approximately 290 billion won).

With 16 wins, 5 draws and 2 losses (53 points) in the Saudi Pro League, Al-Nasr is in second place, 3 points behind Al Ittihad (56 points).

Unlike Al-Ittihad, which is currently leading the team, is running on a 5-game winning streak, Al-Nasr is struggling to catch up with 3 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss. Al-Nasr’s signature Ronaldo has scored 11 goals since his transfer.

ESPN said, “Al-Nasr faces traditional rival and Asian champion Al-Hilal next week. Coach Garcia must win to avoid being fired. Al-Hilal is also a team that wants to sign a contract with Lionel Messi (PSG) in particular. do,” he stressed.

The media said, “Coach Garcia has been staying at Al-Nasr longer than the average tenure in the Saudi professional league, which has the highest manager dismissal rate in the world.”

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