According to Corinthians of Brazil, Cristiano Ronaldo would be paid exactly what he was being paid by Manchester United.
Duilio Monteiro Alves, the club’s president, announced that they submitted a signing offer for the 37-year-old great.
He claimed that Al Nassr from Saudi Arabia outbid them and offered a 20-fold increase.
Ronaldo began training with Al Nassr last week after signing for the Saudi Arabian club on a free transfer.
On Friday night, when his team defeated Al Tai 2-0 at home, he was in the locker room.
After a confrontation with manager Erik ten Hag, the former superstar of Manchester United, Real Madrid, and Juventus had his contract terminated there.
The president of Corinthians backed up Ronaldo’s earlier assertion that he received offers from all over the world, including Brazil, but turned them down.
“We presented Cristiano Ronaldo with a proposal. With the help of sponsors, a two-year contract with a wage comparable to what he made at United, he stated.
I am aware that he also had offers from Europe. However, the Saudi Arabian offer was 20 times more expensive.