They clashed numerous times during their time together in Spain. While Messi was playing for Barcelona, ​​Ronaldo was playing for Real Madrid.

The two also clashed after Ronaldo’s move to Juventus in a Champions League clash in December 2020.

However, since then, they have not clashed, their paths have not crossed. Messi had since left Barcelona for Paris Saint Germain (PSG), while Ronaldo had gone to Manchester United before terminating his contract.

It looked like their paths would never cross again, but Ronaldo’s latest signing by Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr has led to a potential final meeting between the two players who defined the modern era of the beautiful game.

Ronaldo, who joined Al-Nassr this month after signing the most expensive contract in football history, could face Messi one last time when PSG visits Saudi Arabia.

According to RMC, according to GFFN, Christophe Galtier’s men will take on Al-Nassr as part of their mid-season tour of Saudi Arabia.

Although the meeting should have taken place last year, it was postponed to this year for reasons of Covid-19. The match is now reported to take place this month, although no date has been set.

However, it is likely to come later in the month as PSG still have three games to play before embarking on their mid-season tour.

Both Messi and Ronaldo have yet to play a match for their respective clubs since the World Cup, with the former still celebrating his crowning moment, which saw him win the World Cup.

However, Messi is expected to return to Paris, while Ronaldo will be unveiled by Al-Nassr today, meaning they are set for one last dance later this month.