OFFICIAL: Cristiano Ronaldo Has Been Unveiled As Al-Nassr Player... {Watch Video}.

Cristiano Ronaldo has been officially presented as an Al-Nassr player this afternoon, making him the highest paid footballer on the planet.

The former Manchester United striker arrived in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia via his private jet on Monday evening.

He had earlier today completed his medical as the physical formalities of the move were undertaken and has made his way to Mrsool Park Stadium.

A much fanfare was made of their mega-money signing during his unveiling, as a group of Al-Nassr youngsters joined Ronaldo for a photograph.

Members of the women's team also joined the new signing, with the crowd remaining in full voice throughout.

He further signed a ball and kicked it high into the crowd, whoever gets their hands on it will be very grateful indeed.

"For me it's a pleasure to be here," said the five-time Ballon d'Or winner. 

"I feel yestersday the welcome they gave to me and my family, and of course I will give my best for this club.

"What I expect to achieve is to make people happy, to enjoy myself, to help the country to be better, better and better," Ronaldo added.

"I know the league is very competitive and I want to make people happy. This is my goal."

"I just want to say I feel very happy to be here. It's a big challenge for me to change from Europe to Asia but I know the group and it's fantastic."

He also added that he has watched the team play and likes what he's seen in terms of the connection between squad members.

"I'm here to help the team to win stuff, to enjoy and give my best.

“So far I'm feeling very good," he said..

"I’m so proud to make this decision in my life as you mentioned before in Europe my work is done.

"I won everything, I played at the most important clubs and for me now it is a new challenge in Asia."

"I promise I'll be quick out there for the presentation, to get to training," the 37-year-old said upon leaving the dressing room.

He also reiterates his desire to support women's football in Saudi Arabia as well as the men's game.

Depending on his fitness, Ronaldo could make his debut on Thursday against Al-Ta'ee. Failing that Saudi Pro League leaders face Al-Shabab on Saturday.

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