Ronaldo rejects fake offer from Saudi team

Today, Monday, the Portuguese press reported that Portuguese legend Cristiano Ronaldo, the Manchester United star, turned down a tempting offer from Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal to join him during last summer’s transfer market.

And press reports last July reported that Ronaldo had received a massive $300 million offer to join a Saudi club (whose name was not mentioned at the time), so the Portuguese star would receive €250 million over two years and €125 million euros as an annual salary, and Manchester United will receive 30 million euros.

According to the Portuguese network CNN, Al Hilal offered Ronaldo 242 million euros to wear his shirt for two seasons, but he refused the offer and decided to stay at Old Trafford.

“We would love to have a player like Cristiano Ronaldo in our league,” Yasser Al-Mishal, president of the Saudi Arabian Football Association, told British newspaper The Athletic.

He added: “I am convinced that signing him will be very expensive, but there have been other stars who have left the Premier League to come to our country”, not ruling out the return of the Saudi club to the battle that Ronaldo was involved in. winter.

Foreign media reports have indicated that clubs Al Hilal and Al Nasr have entered into talks to join Cristiano Ronaldo, while Jorge Mendes, the Portuguese star’s agent, has been suggesting the striker to several clubs such as Chelsea,” Bayern, Atlético Madrid and others, but Don stayed at Old Trafford in the end.

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