The Portuguese superstar has addressed the rumor suggesting that he is on the move to the Saudi Arabian club.

Cristiano Ronaldo has finally responded to claims that he has reached a mega transfer agreement with Saudi Arabia club Al Nassr. The 37-year-old forward has put the rumors to bed by revealing that a deal is far completed, contrary to what the speculations suggest.

Prior to the start of the ongoing FIFA World Cup, a fallout between Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United led to the termination of the former's contract. The five-time Ballon d'Or winner has since been unassigned and is said to be waiting for his spell at Qatar 2022 to end before making a decision on his future.

Nevertheless, a report that emerged from Spain on Monday indicated that Ronaldo had already made a choice, with his move finalised. According to Spanish outlet Marca, the former Manchester United strike was set to move to Saudi Arabia at the end of the year, where is expected to play for Al-Nassr in the Saudi Pro League. The report stated that the Portuguese international was in line to earn a whooping salary of €200M per season.

Contrary to the Marca report, a host of news outlets in Europe maintained that Ronaldo would most likely play a couple of seasons more with a club on the continent before jetting off elsewhere. Following Portugal's 6-1 humiliation of Switzerland in which the ex-Juventus and Real Madrid star started on the bench, he has refuted the claims that a deal has been completed.

"No, that's not true - not true," Cristiano Ronaldo said according to Sky Sports.

An offer from Al Nassr still remains on the table for the Portuguese international and his representatives to consider but a decision is not expected until the Selecao conclude their World Cup adventure.