• Ronaldo joined Al-Nassr on a two-year contract
  • Al-Nassr secured Ronaldo on a free transfer this month
  • Ronaldo's wages at Al-Nassr is around $214 million a year

Cristiano Ronaldo's lucrative earnings at his new club Al-Nassr have reportedly been revealed.

Ronaldo, who recently parted ways with Manchester United on mutual consent, joined Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr as a free agent on a two-year contract. The five-time Ballon d'Or winner's salary at Al-Nassr is set to be around $214 million per year.

Along with that, Ronaldo will also earn over $214 million during his time with the Saudi Arabian club after he agreed to take on an ambassadorial role for FIFA World Cup. Saudi Arabia is believed to be preparing to make a bid to host the World Cup in 2030 and Ronaldo will have a crucial role to play in the venture, according to

"Ronaldo will be paid more than $214 million (€200 million) for the deal. He will be an ambassador for the Saudi World Cup 2030 bid for another $214 million (€200 million)," a source close to Al Nassr told AFP, the Straits Times reported.

Earlier this month, Ronaldo was officially unveiled by Al-Nassr in front of thousands of fans at Mrsool Park. The Portuguese forward, however, is yet to make his debut for his new club because he is currently serving a two-game suspension.

The 37-year-old playmaker was slapped with the ban in November after he smashed an Everton fan's mobile phone last April. The two-game suspension means the former Real Madrid superstar will not be able to play on Jan. 14 in the game against Al-Shabab. Ronaldo's competitive debut for Al-Nassr is expected to be on Jan. 22 against Al-Ettifaq.

Cristiano Ronaldo has signed for Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr

However, fans in Saudi could see Ronaldo play in an exhibition match against Lionel Messi's Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) on Jan. 19. However, the home team will be a Saudi All-Star team, which comprises players from Al-Hilal and Al-Nassr, meaning Ronaldo won't don the Al-Nassr jersey.

Before arriving in Saudi Arabia, Ronaldo was on international duty with Portugal at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Ronaldo-led Portugal suffered a shock defeat to Morocco in the quarter-final stage, while Messi went on to fulfill his dream by lifting the coveted trophy with Argentina.