Cristiano Ronaldo has been this evening banned from making his much-awaited debut for his Saudi Arabian side in tomorrow night, game.
According to the source, Ronald who signed with Al-Nassr after leaving English premier league side Manchester United is serving a two-match ban.
In early November, Ronald was banned from two matches and fined £150,000 after he smashed a fan’s mobile phone at Goodson Park in April.
His new club Al Nassr, who are reportedly 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 kick off his Arabian venture amid huge fanfare.
Al-Nassr fans will now have to wait much longer to see Ronald kickball in the Arabian country.
Cristiano Ronaldo left United after an outburst with the management and the staff under team manager Eric Ten Hug.