Cristiano Ronaldo is undoubtedly one of the most influential and decisive footballers.
So it’s only natural that he takes on a leadership role in all of his teams, even though things don’t always work out for him and he finds himself in very uncomfortable difficult situations.
CR7’s return to Manchester United was the most talked about news of the past year, and despite the fact that the player has the resume to be able to belong to any big team, he has decided to put some of his economic priorities aside. To play again for his heart club.
Ronaldo agreed to take a significant salary cut on the condition that the team pay him lucrative bonuses for achieving goals, however, this season has been bumpy for the team.
According to British media, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner was forced to bid farewell to $5 million after failing to bring the team to the top as expected.
According to the news, United’s board of directors promised him 3 million to reach the Champions League final and another two million to win the Premier League, two goals that could have eluded him in the end.