If this is already the case, it’s going to be a crazy summer for Bayern Munich.
According to Abendzeitung (reported by Sportskeeda), a German tycoon is looking to finance a deal to bring Al Nasr star Cristiano Ronaldo to Bayern Munich.
Yes… let’s see:
According to Abenzeitung, a billionaire fan named Markus Schoen has offered Bayern Munich to finance the summer transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese superstar currently plays for Al Nasr in the Saudi Pro League.
Ronaldo was linked with a move to Bayern Munich not only last summer, but also after leaving Manchester United in November. However, he joined Saudi Pro League club Al Nasr, where he earns around £173m a year.
Despite the high salary, Shane is interested in luring the Portuguese superstar to Germany. He has reportedly sent an email to Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn about funding a potential transfer.
Shane is reportedly trying to make a ton of money from selling shirts to cover Cristiano Ronaldo’s hefty salary. However, it is highly unlikely that Bayern will try to sign the 38-year-old this summer.
The Mirror reported on the situation in a little more detail.
“If the company is clearly seen as ‘promoting’ a difference, it is possible that it may commit to paying transfer fees or loan fees in excess of the defined base amount,” Shane wrote. football transfer ). “In the case of a permanent commitment, we expect a share of the proceeds from the jersey to limit financial risk.”
The businessman is said to have emailed the proposal directly to Khan. But whatever deal Ronaldo would need to take a pay cut from his current deal with Al Nasr. Ronaldo’s deal with Saudi Arabia is valued at £173m a year, making the Portuguese player the highest-paid player in world football. His contract with the club runs until 2025.
The chances of this actually happening are, well, close to zero, but let’s dig into exactly who this German guy is. Tribuna describes Shane as follows:
Schön is a German Internet billionaire and owner of the buero.de site. He is depicted as a calculating businessman rather than a “sweet dreamer”.
Buero.de appears to be an office supplies company, and that’s probably where Shane wants to take advantage of the deal. Shane wants to sell the shirts to offset the cost.
And if you think this whole scenario sounds insane…you’re totally right.