A German business tycoon has apparently offered Bayern Munich a staggering proposal to acquire Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ronaldo made the news globally when he exited Manchester United in November, after his explosive interview with Piers Morgan.
One month after, the Portuguese penned a deal with Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr, putting pen-to-paper on a reported £177 million a year deal to become the highest-paid player in the world.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner appears to be relishing his time with Al Nassr but there is no scarcity of teams that would desire to bring him back to his former hunting zone.
Bayern Munich are one of those teams who are said to be eyeing the Portuguese, however, they don’t have the financial capacity needed to acquire Ronaldo.
The German side who have won the Bundesliga ten campaigns successively have been presented with a golden opportunity by a businessman based in Bavaria.
According to Bavarian newspaper Abendzeitung, Marcus Schon made an enticing offer to finance a move for Cristiano Ronaldo.
Via an Email sent to the CEO of Bayern Munich Oliver Kahn, Marcus Schon wrote:
“It’s conceivable that we could commit ourselves to the transfer fee or paying the salary excess over a basic amount if our company is clearly identified as the facilitator of the deal.”
The Businessman proceeded to ask for a fraction of shirt sale profit should the move be made a permanent deal.
If this proposal turns out to be geniue and Bayern Munich accept Marcus Schon offer, then it would be an intriguing transfer talk ever.
The former Real Madrid attacker will have to do his part to make the deal become a reality.
Cristiano Ronaldo has previously been rumored to be eyeing a return to Real Madrid as the club intends to offer him a non-playing role as an ambassador.
Al Nassr and Cristiano Ronaldo are currently battling for the Saudi Pro League title and the Portuguese was on the score sheet in the last game for his side.
Cristiano Ronaldo netted a penalty against Al-Ta’ee as Al Nassr reduced the point disparity between themselves and Al-Ittihad.
Bayern Munich have turned for the worse since the dismissal of Julian Nagglesmann in March 2023.
Thomas Tuchel who was appointed in Nagglesmann’s stead hasn’t been able to steady the ship as the Bavarians have dropped points in 6 of the 11 games, the German has been in charge.
Their most recent loss came on Saturday as they threw away a one goal lead to lose 1-3 at the Allianz Arena to RB Leipzig.
Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to be in action on Tuesday as Al Nassr takes to the field to trade tackles with Al Shabab.
Al Nassr sit 2nd, 3 points behind Al-Ittihad with three games remaining in the 2022/23 Saudi Pro League season.