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Cristiano Ronaldo’s £211m Net Worth and Transfer » Sportsry

Famous footballer Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Manchester United could be over soon as some great offers are looming for the Portuguese player. It shows how much he is wanted, even at the age of 37 he is still able to land multi-million dollar deals.

He has made it clear he wants to leave Manchester United this year, unfortunately for him he hasn’t received as many offers as he thought he would expect from European clubs. Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain have all turned down their chance to have a great player like him in their team.

Initially, he rejected an offer from a Saudi team, according to reports. If he chose to join the said club, he would have the chance to earn £2million a week. There was another offer that could have won him £211 million per year. As it stands, he has earned over $1 billion in his lifetime as of 2020.

Unfortunately for the Portuguese striker, Manchester United have now decreed a pay cut for their players after they failed to qualify for the Champions League. He initially agreed to a £480,000-a-week contract with the club, and his annual earnings would total up to £25million.

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After Manchester United finished in sixth place, it kept them out of the Champions League and instead ended up in the Europa League. Unfortunately for all of them and adding salt to the wound, all the players had to take a 25% pay cut which reportedly left Ronaldo ‘upset’.

It is understandable that he is genuinely upset as this will affect his future earnings and his current net worth may drop due to this. His salary is now £360,000 per week thus making him the highest paid player in the Premier League. This happened for the 2022 and 2023 seasons, and the only way for Ronaldo to regain his worth is either for Manchester United to step up as he has been doing recently or for him to join another club who are willing to pay more. .

He still earns a nice amount of money outside of football. It should be noted that he earned $115 million last year in endorsements and endorsements. These non-football jobs account for around 40% of his income.