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How Cristiano Ronaldo could line up in Lionel Messi All-Stars clash with Man Utd cult hero and ex-Arsenal goalkeeper

, How Cristiano Ronaldo could line up in Lionel Messi All-Stars clash with Man Utd cult hero and ex-Arsenal goalkeeper

CRISTIANO RONALDO could be joined by several ex-Premier League aces in an All-Stars game against Lionel Messi.

The former Manchester United star has just joined Al-Nassr on record wages of £173million per year.

Cristiano Ronaldo could lead an All-Stars side from the Saudi Pro League

The team, made up of Al-Nassr and Al-Hilal stars, could face Lionel Messi’s PSG this year

Ronaldo is expected to make his debut on January 14 in the top-of-the-table clash against Al-Shabab.

And he will need to get up to speed quickly, with reports claiming an All-Star XI from the Saudi Pro League will take on Paris Saint-Germain in a friendly.

The team would be solely made up of players from Al-Nassr and defending champions Al-Hilal.

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And the game would also see Ronaldo and World Cup winner Messi share the pitch once more following their years of battling at Real Madrid and Barcelona.

PSG will have a host of star names to call upon, including Kylian Mbappe and Neymar.

But the All-Stars XI could also boast numerous top talents, including an ex-Man Utd forward and a former Arsenal goalkeeper.

The latter is none other than David Ospina, who is Ronaldo’s new teammate at Al-Nassr.

He joined the Saudi side from Napoli over the summer, having previously spent four years at the Emirates.


, How Cristiano Ronaldo could line up in Lionel Messi All-Stars clash with Man Utd cult hero and ex-Arsenal goalkeeperHow the All-Star XI could line up against PSG

In defence, the All-Stars could boast two Saudi Arabian aces in experienced duo Mohammed Al-Breik and Ali Al-Bulaihi.

And joining them would be Spaniard Alvaro Gonzalez, formerly of Villarreal and Marseille, plus Ivorian Ghislain Konan.

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Midfield is likely to boast Bayern Munich Champions League winner Luiz Gustavo, plus former Benfica prodigy Talisca.

And the third place could go to Saudi World Cup youngster Musab Al-Juwayr.

Up top is where it gets really exciting for the All-Star side, with Ronaldo taking one of the front three spots.

Joining him would be United fan favourite Odion Ighalo, who scored five goals during a year-long loan spell at Old Trafford.

The final spot would likely go to Moussa Marega, with former Porto pal Vincent Aboubakar narrowly missing out.

And the formidable All-Star XI would certainly give PSG a run for their money should the two sides eventually meet this year.

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