Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly received a very big offer from Saudi Arabia.

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A club from Saudi Arabia has reportedly submitted a bid for Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo. The offer is reportedly a very big offer from the unnamed club.

The forward would like to leave United this summer. However, the Portuguese forward is expected to reject the offer. The offer does not fulfill his ambitions.


The Portugal international has expressed a desire to leave United this summer. He wants to go to a club playing in the Champions League. However, Erik Ten Hag has stated that the forward is in his plans for the upcoming plans. But, despite that Cristiano Ronaldo has asked the club to accept a suitable offer for him. However, no club has come up with an official approach.

Chelsea, Bayern Munich, and PSG were linked with the forward. However, none of the clubs have the space and finances available for his transfer. Manchester United also are reluctant to let him leave this summer. However, they understand the reason behind the transfer request. Cristiano is also reportedly not happy with the slow transfer activity by the club.


It seems like there is another twist in this transfer saga. According to reports an unnamed club from Saudi Arabia have become the first bidders for the 37-year-old. The report also states that the club is ready to pay Manchester United a fee in the region of £30m. However, the report also says United are yet to respond to the offer.

The report also confirms the player has been offered a very big salary. They have offered him £210m over the course of a two-year contract. They have also offered his agent £20m in agent fees. However, the report also states the forward will reject the proposal soon. He wants to play for a Champions League club in Europe.

The forward is yet to join up with United for pre-season. He is currently away from the training due to personal reasons. However, many reports are also claiming he and his agent are searching for a new club to fulfill his Champions League ambitions.

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