Cristiano Ronaldo has become the highest-paid footballer in history after completing his move to Saudi Arabian side Al Nassr, also effectively ending his time at the top of the sport.
According to Saudi state-owned media, Ronaldo will earn £173million a year, of which around £62m will be for playing football and the rest for image rights, commercial deals, and becoming an ambassador for the country's 2030 World Cup bid.
Ronaldo has agreed a two-and-a-half-year deal, taking him to the summer of 2025 and beyond his 40th birthday.
It is an eye-watering deal that the club have described as "more than history in the making." A statement added that Ronaldo had "expressed that he is eager to experience a new football league in a different country".
Ronaldo said: "The vision with which Al Nassr operates is very inspiring and I am excited to join my team-mates. Let's help the team together to achieve more successes."
The 37-year-old will be available for selection from January 1, and here we break down just how much Ronaldo will earn during his contract.
Ronaldo’s Al Nassr salary
Not a bad gig if you can get it.