English Premiership

Ronaldo demands INSANE wages from United

2014-09-17 10:05
Cristiano Ronaldo (File)
Cape Town - Cristiano Ronaldo's return to Old Trafford next season but the deal may be scuppered due to his INCREDIBLE wage demands.

According to Bild, Cristiano Ronaldo wants Manchester United to make him the richest player in the game if they want to bring him back to Old Trafford.

Cristiano Ronaldo is demanding £501 000.00-per-week to become the next "Gaalactico" at Manchester United, according to the German newspaper.

That is a whopping €630 000.00.

Or put in local currency, an unbelievable R8 908 167.19-per-week.

Reports in Spain have suggested that Ronaldo wants to return to England and rejoin Manchester United with Sky Sports expert Guillem Balague confirming the speculation but time will tell whether Manchester United have the resources to meet CR7's demands.

“He has this idea, I think, that at Real Madrid he is doing a job and he is working, but he enjoyed himself almost like a kid at Manchester United."

“He dreams of going back to Manchester United and Manchester United have got all the finances in place to get him." said Balague.

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