‘Comeback to Europe?’

The possibility of Cristiano Ronaldo (Al-Nassr) returning to the European leagues has been raised.

German media ‘Abendzeitung’ reported on the 20th (Korean time) that ‘a famous German businessman offered to provide funds to Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga on condition of signing Ronaldo’.

The person who requested the recruitment of Ronaldo was Markus Shen, a wealth management expert known as a billionaire in Germany, who is working hard for the Munich club to receive partnership sponsorship.

Shen, who is also the owner of the famous German commercial website ‘buero.de’, recently sent an email to Munich club CEO Oliver Kahn asking for Ronaldo in exchange for a partnership agreement with the Munich club.

Shen said, “I promise to pay for expenses such as the transfer fee (rent) required to recruit Ronaldo. The company I run can also act as an intermediary in the transaction of Ronaldo’s recruitment.” claim,” he said.

Nassr’s Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo reacts during the Saudi Pro League football match between Al-Nassr and Al-Raed at the al-Awwal Park Stadium in the Saudi capital Riyadh on April 28, 2023. (Photo by AFP) News, Unauthorized Reproduction – Redistribution prohibited>토토사이트

Shen is known in the German business world not as a ‘absurd dreamer’, but as a ‘business genius’ who is good at business according to meticulous calculations. It means that his proposal will not stop at ‘lip service’ to attract attention.

‘Ronaldo.com’, a news site specializing in Ronaldo, is also quickly releasing such ‘good news’ to fans.

When a so-called sponsor offered to recruit Ronaldo on the condition of a large sum of money, the Munich club is said to have entered into careful consideration.

Ronaldo, who broke up after a conflict with his former team Manchester United last year, transferred to Al Nasr in January and is known to have signed an annual salary worth 200 million euros (approximately 268.3 billion won) until the summer of 2025.

Ronaldo, who is currently showing off his skills in the Saudi Arabian league, is eager to return to Europe. If an offer from Munich comes in, he seems to have no reason to refuse.

Now the ‘ball’ has passed to Munich. CEO Oliver Kahn’s determination remains.

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