They reveal the money Cristiano would ‘sacrifice’ to sign for Atlético

One of the many problems that keep Cristiano Ronaldo from Madrid athleteWhat makes the operation really complicated is the Portuguese player’s high salary. But from the environment of the footballer, they make it clear to those interested that they should not be scared off by the Portuguese player’s salary since his main priority is to play in a team of Champions League and the salary is a secondary thing.

the English journalist Ben Jacobs says Portuguese superstar is ready to cut salary to make it easier to join Madrid athlete or failing that, to another of the clubs which may be interested. Currently, according to this source, the weekly salary of CR7 is 435,000 euros per week. It is true that Ronaldo has already received a 25% pay cut in the Manchester United after the team failed to finish in the top four last season.

But his apparent willingness to take another pay cut indicates he will do everything in his power to move this summer, a circumstance which British media say is reinforced by the fact that Georgina Rodriguez also want to return to Spain.

According to said informant, the player would be willing to sacrifice 30% of his chip to finish rojiblanco. Something which, given the figures, does not really seem to guarantee it either. As noted in England, the footballer’s salary would be around 31 million gross per year. In other words, 30% of it would only mean savings for the Atletico of less than ten million euros, making the operation clearly unfeasible (around 9.3 gross). A token that no one on the mattress team currently charges.


For his part, the head of United, Erik ten Hag, admits he has no idea when Ronaldo will report to work. But that doesn’t keep you up at night either. “Am I worried? Sure. But worry might not be the right word. I focus on the players who are here, they are doing very well, they are in good shape, I prefer to focus on that and develop that,” he said.

“I can’t wait for it to come. When it does, we’ll bring it in. With the number of games ahead of us, we need more attacking options. I think that’s vital if you want succeed, the season is very But we also have time to finish this. I’m very happy with the performance of the midfield and the attack at the moment,” he said.

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