With Real Madrid said to have offered superstar Cristiano Ronaldo an improved contract in Spain, the details of the deal have now reportedly been revealed.
The Portuguese, who is believed to be unhappy at Los Blancos, has reportedly been offered a new deal at the club following his latest outburst.
After Real's UEFA Champions League final win over Liverpool, Ronaldo seemed to suggest he could be on his way out of the club in this transfer window, reportedly because he was not offered a new deal as the club had promised him.
Now, according to journalist Manolo Lama, who spoke on Cadena COPE's 'El Partidazo' radio show recently, the 33-year-old has officially been offered an improved deal of €25 million (R384 million) a year, with a further €7.5 million (R115 million) in add-ons.
The reported bonuses offered to Ronaldo is believed to contain a €2 million (R30 million) incentive for winning the UEFA Champions League, €1.5 million (R23 million) for winning LaLiga, €1 million (R15 million) for the Copa del Rey, and €1 million (R15 million) each for the Ballon d'Or and FIFA's The Best Men's Player prize.
It is also believed that Ronaldo would be given a bonus of €500 000 (R7.6 million) if he wins the Pichichi (LaLiga's top scorer of the season award), and will get the same incentive if plays a certain number of games in a season.
Certain reports have suggested that the Portuguese's decision to leave Real is "irreversible", although many believe a bigger contract will persuade him to stay at the club.
Ronaldo has been linked with a return to Manchester United, as well as a switch to French giants Paris Saint-Germain.
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