A few days ago, former Barcelona player and Brazilian international Rivaldo said he understood why players let themselves be seduced by Saudi Arabia but thought that it would be a good thing for Cristiano Ronaldo to go back to Real Madrid.
The reality is that the Portuguese star won't return to play for the Spanish side. However, rumours continue to circulate about a possible return to Europe. According to 'Abendzeitung', Markus Schon, a well-known German businessman, has told Bayern Munich he would be willing to pay the fee if the Bavarian club signed the Portuguese forward.
"It would be convenient if we committed to paying the transfer fee or the loan fee, for a basic amount to be defined, and our company is clearly perceived as a 'facilitator' of the trade", expressed the email sent by the German entrepreneur to the German club.
The same offer included, however, a condition if 'CR7' was signed: "In the case of the signing of the player, we would ask for a percentage of the fees from his T-shirt, to limit our financial risk".
It's worth nothing that although Markus Schon is willing to make an effort to see Cristiano in the Allianz Arena, he won't get close to the 200 million euros that the Portuguese star is earning at Al Nassr.