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What Bayern Munich would have to pay to acquire the services of Cristiano Ronaldo

Signing Cristiano would not be simple, or cheap.

Cristiano Ronaldo brings in about $500,000 per week
Cristiano Ronaldo brings in about $500,000 per week

As the days go by, Cristiano has more and more clear that his time at Manchester United has come to an end. As AS reported last Tuesday, the Portuguese star was considering his continuity at Old Trafford, but it has only taken a few hours for his decision to be firm: he wants to leave. And his next destination could be Munich.

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Faced with Lewandowski’s unstoppable desire to leave Bayern, the German club is considering filling the Polish player’s void with the five-time Ballon d'Or winner, in what would be one of the most important signings in its history. But it would not come cheap, as Cristiano Ronaldo boasts on of the largest salary in world football.

It would be a spectacular achievement for the German leaders to neutralize the impact of the departure of Lewandoski. The Portuguese star's entourage is already aware of Bayern’s interest and is looking to review the deal. With a focal point being the Portuguese superstar’s wages.

The arrivals of Haaland and Darwin Nuñez to Manchester City and Liverpool, respectively, and the passivity with which United have started the transfer market have caused Cristiano to lose hope of being able to compete for titles next season with his current club.

What are the astounding wages of Cristiano Ronaldo?

The Portuguese star does not want to spend one of his last seasons in the elite without the chance to add to his trophy cabinet. Hence his desire to leave Old Trafford. Bayern, on the other hand, will assure  a fight for the Bundesliga and be one of the strong candidates to win the Champions League. But to get his services they would have to match the figure of around 500,000 euros per week that Manchester United pays him. 

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Wilian Estrella

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