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Cristiano Ronaldo was 'rejected by numerous Champions League teams despite being available for just £80k-a-week - and with Manchester United offering to pay the bulk of his wages' - before sealing £175m-a-year move to Al-Nassr

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Cristiano Ronaldo was reportedly rejected by multiple European teams - despite being made available at a huge discount of £80k-a-week. 

The 37-year-old forward was officially unveiled as an Al Nassr player on Tuesday following his arrival in Saudi Arabia after he agreed a £175million-a-year contract.

Despite initially pushing for a Manchester United exit in order to play Champions League football once again last summer, Ronaldo has ended up taking a much different opportunity by signing in the Middle East.

Cristiano Ronaldo (pictured) was officially unveiled as an Al Nassr player on Tuesday evening

Despite initially pushing for a Manchester United exit in order to play in the Champions League

Despite initially pushing for a Manchester United exit in order to play in the Champions League

It has been reported that Ronaldo was made available to numerous unnamed Champions League teams for just £80,000 per week prior to his move to Saudi Arabia, according to The Athletic.

The same report also suggesting that his former club Manchester United were prepared to cover the remainder of his hefty pay packet to pave the way for a cut-price exit. 

It appears nothing materialised and he ended up mutually terminating his United contract after his explosive two-part Piers

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