Inter, AC Milan declines signing Ronaldo due to very high salary
(MENAFN) Inter and AC Milan have individually been offered Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo, but both have directly declined the proposal due to the reason that the Portuguese who is 37 years old has very high wages.
This in line with today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who mentioned in a report that together the Nerazzurri and the Rossoneri have declined the offers by Ronaldo’s manager Jorge Mendes, as they would not be close capable of affording his net €24 million per season salary.
Ronaldo wants to leave Manchester United before the transfer season shuts, and it's been said that joining a Champions League team is his top goal.
His agency reached out to Inter and Milan since they could both provide the current United forward with access to Europe's best competitors in this regard.
However, both of the city rivals informed Mendes right away that there was no chance of a move for Ronaldo since his salary would be too high for them to afford, in part because the Growth Decree would not apply because he had departed Italy after leaving Juventus last summer.
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