Bundesliga CEO confirmed that Cristiano Ronaldo was offered to them as he continues club search.
According to the club’s CEO, Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga received an offer for Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ronaldo’s contract with Manchester United was mutually terminated on November 22. As a result, he entered the World Cup as an unrestricted free agent.
After evaluating the situation in light of his explosive interview with Piers Morgan, it was agreed that Ronaldo should depart United once more.
Where Ronaldo, who is now 37, will wind up has been the subject of numerous rumors. Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia has been heavily associated with a potential €200 million per season transfer, although it is well known that Ronaldo wants to continue competing in the Champions League.
He had offers from what seemed like every club in the world over the summer, and Frankfurt’s upper management has acknowledged that United recently made a proposal.
He was even given to us, executive board member Axel Hellmann informed DAZN.
The club’s supervisory board chairman, Philip Holzer, backed up Hellman’s assertions. I got the impression that he was offered to every Champions League club, he said.
Frankfurt earned a spot in the Champions League for this season after defeating Rangers in the Europa League final in Seville back in May.
With 10 points, they finished second to Spurs in Group D and qualified for the round of 16, where they will play Serie A’s top team, Napoli.
As a result, they may provide Ronaldo, who has the most goals in Champions League history, with top-tier European action for at least two games in February.
After winning the Premier League, La Liga, and Serie A, it would also present him with a fresh task in a different league.
Given his advanced age and high salary, it is unknown if Frankfurt would be interested in signing the five-time Ballon d’Or winner.
Al-Nassr is reportedly still the front-runner for his signature and has even freed up the No. 7 shirt, but Qatari team Al-Sadd is now reportedly also in the running.
Ronaldo has been working out at Real Madrid’s facilities to maintain his health after his World Cup campaign ended with a cameo in Portugal’s quarterfinal loss to Morocco.