How to watchSSC (Saudi Sports Company) will broadcast Ronaldo’s unveiling. They will stream the event on all their official channels, including on YouTube. On Monday, the network shared a video of Ronaldo on a plane on his way to Saudi. The Portugal striker tells fans: “Hi guys, see you soon!”But it has not been entirely plain-sailing for Ronaldo even since he signed a deal that could see him earn around £350m over the next two years and take him to the age of 40. Al-Nassr chief Rudi Garcia appeared to reveal that he would have preferred to sign Ronaldo’s arch-rival Lionel Messi in a cringe slip-up. Speaking about Ronaldo’s arrival, Garcia said: “First I wanted to bring Messi from Doha [after the World Cup].”Al-Nassr face Al-Ta’ee on Thursday but it is unclear if Ronaldo will make his debut. They then travel to Al-Shabab on January 14.