Al-Nassr have sacked manager Rudi Garcia after a confrontation with players, according to reports.
The Saudi Arabian outfit sit three points off of top place Al-Ittihad in the Saudi Pro League.
The French manager was involved in a dressing room bust up with players, according to Marca.
And with expectations not being met on the pitch, club chiefs have reportedly opted to sack him with seven games of the season to go.
A further report from AS has claimed a secret meeting was also held between Cristiano Ronaldo and club chiefs.
These talks are said to have seen Ronaldo express his dissatisfaction with Garcia’s approach.
And now club chiefs have decided to back Ronaldo’s opinion, parting ways with Garcia following a 0-0 draw with Al Feiha.
Ronaldo was visibly frustrated by the result.
The former Manchester United star was spotted engaged in a row with opposition players after the game.
The 38-year-old then fumed: “You don’t want to play.”
Ronaldo joined the Middle East outfit in December on a record deal of £173million-a-year.
This came after he was released by Man Utd following an explosive interview with Piers Morgan.