Cristiano Ronaldo considering $225m offer from Saudi Arabian club
Manchester United want to increase their squad before the end of the year.
Erik ten Hag, the manager, will be looking for reinforcements to help him achieve his goal of a top-four finish.
Cristiano Ronaldo is now considering an outrageous offer from Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia. Aside from that, the Red Devils have made personal terms with PSV Eindhoven.
The Portuguese footballer is currently a free agent after his contract with Manchester United was terminated earlier in the week by mutual agreement
Piers Morgan was the cause of his controversial interview. Ronaldo has been made a deal to relocate to the Middle East as a free agent.
Al Nassr had been interested in the five time Ballon d'Or winner this summer and their plans have not changed.
The Saudi Arabian side has offered the Portuguese a three year deal worth $75 million per yr to join them.
Ronaldo however, wants to keep playing in Europe and hopes to be able to join a UEFA Champions League Club.
If the Portuguese fail to attract interest in his signature as in the summer then a move to Middle East could be an option.
Ronaldo has recorded three goals across 16 games in competitions for Manchester United this year. In Portugal's opening FIFA World Cup match, Ronaldo scored in the 3-2 win.