Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly been banned from making his first official appearances for Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr, tomorrow night bluebloodz.com has learned.
His new club Al-Nassr, who are said to be paying him £175 million a year, have sold all 28,000 seats for the match against Al Ta’ee and were set to see him start playing for the club.
However, Ronaldo who left Manchester United in acrimony, is still to be punished for his bad behaviorial conduct and has been told he is barred from starring for Al Nassr, a source revealed.
Ronaldo was hit with a £50,000 fine and suspended for two games by the England Football Association on November 17th.
He was found guilty of improper and violent conduct after he smashed an Everton fan’s phone from his hand after United lost a match at Goodison Park last April.
He slapped the hand of Jacob Harding as he stormed down the tunnel, damaging the boy’s phone. His mother Sarah Kelly said her son’s hand was also bruised by Ronaldo.