That wage would put the cost of buying Ronaldo on a four-year deal near £140m, on the basis of a £60m transfer fee.
Considering that Ronaldo’s agent, Jorge Mendes delivered Angel Di Maria and Radamel Falcao to Old Trafford this summer, the fees might go up. Perez is also expected to demand a high transfer fee – possibly the full £80m Real paid for him, since he can point to Ronaldo’s two World Player of the Year awards and the three years left to run on his contract next summer. That means Ronaldo may need to reduce his salary demands if he is to make any such deal viable. He currently takes home €21m (£16.4m) a year, or £315,384 a week, with Real paying his entire 52 per cent income tax.
The United manager, Louis van Gaal, said last week that Ronaldo would be a target, though he suggested that the Spanish side would not be willing to sell. “When it is possible, what I said with [Radamel] Falcao… players like Ronaldo give a lot extra to selection to a team... But I don’t think Real Madrid shall sell him.”
With Real feeling the player's wage of £34.1m a year, plus the club wanitning to renovate their stadium with € 500 million euros and not being in great financial shape, they've run into debts twice the size of their revenues.
Ronaldo already hinted his not happy and his desires to want to go back to Manchester united.