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Ronaldo To Earn £14,200 Per Hour In £210m Contract Offered By Saudi Arabian Club

Ronaldo To Earn £14,200 Per Hour In £210m Contract Offered By Saudi Arabian Club

An unnamed Saudi Arabian club is reportedly ready to pay Manchester United and Portuguese skipper Cristiano Ronaldo £210million in a two-year deal, according to sportslens.com.

Ronaldo, 37, who has not travelled with the United squad for their pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia due to ‘family issues’, is eager to depart the club for a side that can guarantee trophies and Champions League football.


And sportsmen’s.com reports that the unnamed Saudi Arabian outfit are ready to offer a mouth-watering two-year contract worth £105million-per-year.

The proposal equates to £14,200 an hour, £341,000 per day, £2.4m every week and a whopping £10.4m per month.


Also, it is believed the proposal includes a transfer fee of £30m, with another £20m having been tabled in agent fees for Jorge Mendes.

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If Ronaldo ends up making the switch he would become the highest paid footballer on earth, edging PSG’s trio of Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar who are currently the top three highest earners.

Meanwhile, a host of top European clubs like Chelsea Napoli and PSG are interested in the Portuguese superstar.

In 2021 Ronaldo left Serie A giants Juventus and returned United in a transfer which was reported to have cost an initial £12.85 million.

The first 24 hours of Ronaldo’s shirt sales was reported to have broken the all-time record following a transfer, overtaking Messi after his move to Paris Saint-Germain.

On 11 September, Ronaldo made his second debut at Old Trafford, scoring the opening two goals in a 4–1 league victory against Newcastle United.

He was named the Premier League Player of the Month for April, and was voted in the Premier League Team of the Year; however, with United finishing a disappointing sixth place and qualifying for the UEFA Europa League, Ronaldo went trophyless for the first time since 2010.

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  • Chima E Samuels 3 weeks ago

    I believe he has overturned this move long ago, so why publishing and creating unnecessary hullabaloo? Go to Oregon and give us updates on the team preparation for the championship starting this morning, and Victor Boniface of BodoGlimt scored 4 goals in the double header champions league qualifiers we didn’t hear anything about it on this website. The misplaced priorities of complete sports is a part of our national sports problem engulfing the country.

    • Walking 3 weeks ago

      See person giving us updated info.

      Shame on you complete sports