In a recent report, Real Madrid’s wage offer to Ronaldo should the star return to Spain has been revealed. The superstar’s return to Real Madrid is one of the most interesting news of the year so far, but few things need to happen first.
Earlier this week, some reports suggested that Juventus would be willing to agree on negotiation for their highest-paid player. However, the club’s vice-chairman Pavel Nedved just recently denied they are willing to let the Portuguese leave. But ultimately, this decision is not for the club to make as Ronaldo only has two years left in his contract.
Meanwhile, if Juve fails to negotiate for him before this summer, Cristiano Ronaldo will have the opportunity to negotiate a free transfer. But to come to think of the fact that the Bianconeri paid a league-record fee of €100 for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner, it’s only logical they would want some of that money back. However, Ronaldo’s wage is a matter of debate given how elevated it is at the moment. And now Real Madrid’s wage offer to Ronaldo should he return to the club isn’t the same as the one he earns at Juve as per reports.
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Let’s not forget that Cristiano Ronaldo initially left Real Madrid because the club president Florentino Perez denied him the salary increase he asked for. Ronaldo as of that time was earning close to €20 million per-season as the squad’s top-earner. But recent developments with other stars forced Madrid’s record goalscorer’s hand, he then requested for a salary increase. But Perez didn’t like this attitude and decided to cash in on him.
Now at Juventus, Ronaldo currently earns €31 million after-tax. However, Diario AS reports that Real Madrid is only willing to offer him €25 million if he accepts to return to the Spanish capital. It’s obvious that Florentino Perez will use the global pandemic as the perfect excuse not to pay the 36-year-old the same amount [€31 million] he was denied back in 2018.
Despite the decrease though, Cristiano Ronaldo would still remain as Real Madrid’s top-earner. Do you think he would accept this offer?