Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is said to be considering leaving the Spanish giants after receiving a whopping contract offer from China, with reports suggesting he could earn more than Cristiano Ronaldo in the Far East.
The Los Blancos superstar recently met with club president Florentino Perez to inform him of the massive offer he received from an unnamed club in China, Marca has reported.
Real's president, though, is not willing to let the squad's longest-serving member leave for free, but is prepared to follow a similar approach to the club's stance with Ronaldo.
Should they receive an adequate offer, they would be prepared to let Ramos go after his 14 years at the Santiago Bernabeu.
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Many were shocked to hear that a player who is still considered in his prime would consider leaving the 13-time UEFA Champions League winners for a team in China, but the mouthwatering offer almost seems too good to be turned down.
According to El Pais, Ramos has been offered an annual salary of €35 million (R577 million) a season after tax over three years, which would put him ahead of Ronaldo's €31 million (R511 million) at Juventus and calculates to almost €100 000 (R1.65 million) per day.
He would earn more than €100 million (R1.65 billion) in three years in China, compared to the €40 million (R659 million) he would pocket at Real over the same period.
The 33-year-old has made 606 appearances for Real, scoring 84 goals and assisting another 39 strikes to help the club lift 19 trophies.
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