An intriguing development has emerged in the world of football, with reports suggesting that a German entrepreneur has expressed an interest in financing a move to bring Cristiano Ronaldo to Bayern Munich.

If the deal were to go ahead, the entrepreneur has requested a share of the profits from Ronaldo’s shirt sales. However, it is unlikely that they will be able to match the financial package that Ronaldo currently enjoys at his current club. Despite this, the offer represents a bold move and could potentially shake up the transfer market for the coming season.


 According the Bavarian newspaper Abendzeitung, businessman Marcus Schon laid down the extraordinary offer in an email to Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn: “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 alleged communication went on to request a percentage of shirt sales should the transfer be a permanent one.


The bizarre proposal seems unlikely to come to fruition with the German giants yet to respond but unlikely to commit to paying the wages of the Portuguese superstar. Ronaldo, for his part, would have to a take a huge cut on his reported £177 million ($220m) a year salary to return to Europe.


 Ronaldo seems more than happy with life in the Gulf and seems fully focused on chasing a first title in the Saudi Pro League.

 Bayern face RB Leipzig in a crucial clash on Saturday while Al-Nassr and Ronaldo seek to make up lost ground in their title quest on Tuesday against Al-Shabab. The Portuguese netted a penalty in his last game as his side cut the gap to Al-Ittihad to just three points at the top of the table.

By Lylla

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