Al-Nassr forward, Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly invited four of his former Manchester United teammates to come to Saudi Arabia to see him play for his new club.
According to the Sun, the four players are Harry Maguire, Bruno Fernandes, Casemiro and Raphael Varane.
The Portugal captain has been in touch with the four players who are his closest acquaintances and has invited them to join him on holiday, either in Saudi Arabia if their schedules permit, or back in Portugal, where Ronaldo is in the process of building a large mansion in Lisbon.
Ronaldo left Old Trafford in acrimonious circumstances last November, which denied him the opportunity to say goodbye to his friends and colleagues at Manchester United.
The 37-year-old left Man United in November after criticising the club’s ownership in a TV interview with British broadcaster Piers Morgan and subsequently joined Al-Nassr in a deal worth £170 million per season.
After his departure from Man United, Ronaldo organised for his luxury cars to be moved to Portugal, where they will take up residence at his new place in Lisbon.
Al-Nassr’s next fixture sees Ronaldo’s team travelling to Al Fateh on Friday.