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Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al Nassr rival has been banished by his new club.



Cristiano Ronaldo, who has scored 50 goals this year, declares himself “not done yet.”The rival of Cristiano Ronaldo at Al Nassr has been expelled from his new club.The player whose services Al Nassr traded in order to accommodate Cristiano Ronaldo has been expelled by his new club.

At the beginning of the year, the Saudi Pro League club sold Vincent Aboubakar in order to acquire Ronaldo subsequent to his second tenure at Manchester United, during which he also experienced a turbulent exit.


They had exhausted their quota of foreign players but were unwilling to pass up the chance to sign the five-time Ballon d’Or winner; therefore, they were compelled to release one player. Such an individual was Aboubakar.Between 2021 and 2023, Aboubakar amassed 19 goals in 39 appearances for Al Nassr. It appeared that he had become settled in and was relishing his stay.


However, he was stunned to discover that his contract had been voided and was compelled to seek employment with a different institution.


That new club was to be Besiktas, an organization he obtained through a free transfer after previously loaning to the Turkish club.


Everything appeared to be going well for him until this week, when he and four other athletes were expelled from the club.The club has also dismissed former Manchester United players Rachid Ghezzal, Jean Onana, Eric Bailly, and Valentin Rosier, citing “incompatibilities within the team” and “poor performance” as the reasons.There is still a possibility that the players can return, which means that Aboubakar may be able to rejoin the first team if his contract is not terminated. However, it is understood that all five players will be training away from the first team, and they have been informed that they will not be considered for selection.Besiktas have endured a lackluster campaign and are currently ranked fifth in the Turkish Super Liga. They trail first-place Fenerbahce by 14 points and second-place Galatasaray by the same margin.


They are also last in their Europa Conference League division and have already been eliminated; they suffered a 3-1 loss at the weekend to Fenerbahce, with the only goal coming from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s penalty.