Report: Ronaldo Furious With Real's Latest Offer
Report: Cristiano Ronaldo Furious With Real Madrid's Latest Offer
Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly furious with Los Blancos' latest contract offer, and his departure from the club now seems closer than ever.
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The club is believed to have offered Ronaldo a new deal following his outbursts after the UEFA Champions League final in Kiev, Ukraine, where he lifted his fifth UCL title.
It is understood that Real tabled an improved deal with an annual basic net salary of €25 million (R388 million), plus another €7.5 million (R116 million) in add-ons.
Ronaldo, though, is "disgusted" with the latest offer, which is not much better than the one that was discussed a year ago, according to Marca.
Real never officially went ahead in completing their superstar's new deal after his performances in the first half of 2017/18 campaign dropped, and the player is understood to be upset with broken promises made by club president Florentino Perez.
Reports suggest that Ronaldo wants to earn as much as or close to what Neymar does at Paris Saint-Germain – the Brazilian reportedly has a basic annual net salary of €36 million (R558 million) – and what longstanding rival Lionel Messi, whose latest contract extension saw his yearly wages increase to €46 million (R714 million), gets at FC Barcelona.
The Argentine has also overtaken Ronaldo on Forbes' Rich List, and the latter believes he deserves a higher salary after helping Real claim four Champions League titles over the past five years.
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Right now, Real and their all-time record scorer seem very far apart, and the Portugal captain is apparently furious that the club's bosses seemingly do not value him higher. As a consequence, Marca believe that "unless there is a drastic change in the coming days, there will come a point of no return for Ronaldo".
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