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The millionaire salary offered by MLS to Cristiano Ronaldo to retire in the United States

By Jose Castro

The millionaire salary offered by MLS to Cristiano Ronaldo to retire in the United States

This millionaire salary offers the MLS to Cristiano Ronaldo to retire in the MLS

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Cristiano Ronaldo is having a bad time at Manchester United, the player has been replaced by other players and is a substitute player at his club, the Portuguese striker has not scored a goal this season and is beginning to despair due to his poor performance.

In this transfer market Cristiano Ronaldo tried to leave Manchester United but all the clubs he tried to sign up for were rejected, due to his high salary and because he is 37 years old. Only the owners of Chelsea wanted to buy him, but coach Tomas Tuchel did not want to train the Portuguese and the contract fell through.

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Ronaldo had million-dollar offers from clubs in Saudi Arabia and Qatar but he rejected them, since his goal this season was to play in the Champions League and stay in a club in Europe. Although reports indicate that the striker has thought about being in elite soccer because he already feels like a veteran.

They offer this for salary

The MLS is a new option for Cristiano Ronaldo and Inter Miami offers him a millionaire salary of 35 million euros per season. With this he would be the highest paid player in the history of the League. United States soccer would be a great option for CR7 with the aim of finishing his career.


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