CRISTIANO RONALDO is reportedly still open to offers – despite a whopping £173million-a-year proposal from Saudi Arabia.
Manchester United sacked Ronaldo last month after he openly slammed the club in a bombshell interview with Piers Morgan.
Ronaldo, who is currently at the World Cup with Portugal, is now a free agent.
And, according to the Sunday Mirror, the 37-year-old is still open to offers, which would include any potential proposal from Chelsea.
Blues owner Todd Boehly was keen on bringing Ronaldo to Stamford Bridge in the summer as a statement signing, and could be tempted to try again.
Then manager Thomas Tuchel wasn’t so eager, and reports suggest current boss Graham Potter feels the same way.
Ronaldo will only make a decision on his future after the World Cup.
The axed United forward is currently preparing for Portugal’s last 16 clash against Switzerland on Tuesday, and fully focused on leading his country to glory.
Saudi side Al-Nassr have tabled a stunning £173-a-year offer, which would see him become the highest-paid sportsperson of all time.
But Ronaldo is keen to continue playing in the Champions League.
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Former club Sporting Lisbon are also thought to be interested in Ronado making an emotional return, but the Portuguese outfit have already been knocked out of this season’s Champions League.
Chelsea on the other hand are still in the tournament.
The Blues are set to face Borussia Dortmund in the last 16 in the New Year.