Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly been offered a £250million megadeal to finish his career in Saudi Arabia.
With the Portuguese star's Manchester United future uncertain, an unnamed Middle East club have apparently offered the 37-year-old an eye-watering amount of cash to join them.
The lucrative package also includes £20m for Ronaldo's representative Jorge Mendes.
United paid Juventus an initial £12.85m to bring Ronaldo back to Old Trafford last summer, with the player signing a two-year contract with the option of a third.
Despite the 24 goals scored by Ronaldo in all competitions, United endured a difficult season and could only qualify for the Europa League by finishing sixth in the Premier League.
It has resulted in Ronaldo asking to be sold this summer if the right offer comes in although United manager Erik ten Hag has insisted he isn't for sale.
Ronaldo is not currently with the rest of the United squad on their pre-season tour of the Far East and Australia on compassionate grounds.
Ten Hag refused to discuss Ronaldo's future when asked in a press conference as United arrived in Melbourne for two fixtures.
'We made a statement and nothing has changed,' said Ten Hag ahead of Friday's friendly match against A-League outfit Melbourne Victory at the MCG.
Speaking before United's 4-0 win over Liverpool in Bangkok earlier this week, Ten Hag slammed the door shut on Ronaldo's attempts to leave Old Trafford.
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