Cristiano Ronaldo’s ‘finding a new house’ is increasingly difficult. In the meantime, while observations have continued that he can return to his home country, Portugal, it seems that there is a voice in the field saying, “There is no club in Portugal that can handle Ronaldo.”

According to the Daily Mail, a British media on the 16th local time, Portuguese Primeira Liga Porto president Pinto da Costa said, “No one in Portugal can give Ronaldo as much as he wants. And he’s someone who deserves (a lot).” It is said that there is no club in his home country that can afford Ronaldo’s weekly wage.

Ronaldo returned to Manchester United in the English Premier League (EPL) in August last year. However, he was in constant conflict with the club and eventually took off his Manchester United uniform ahead of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar last month.

After becoming independent, Ronaldo continues to search for his next destination. However, Portugal has been eliminated from the World Cup quarterfinals, and even in the current situation where they pack their bags, there is no news yet.

Previously, there were reports that Saudi Arabian club Al Nasr offered Ronaldo a large sum, but recent reports suggest that both the club and Ronaldo were not very active in negotiations. It is known that Ronaldo is looking for a team that can play in the UEFA Champions League (UCL).

The Daily Mail said, “French Ligue 1 Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), German Bundesliga Bayern Munich, and Spanish La Liga Real Madrid have withdrawn their hands from signing Ronaldo.” 안전놀이터

The media continued, “There is a possibility of transferring to Portugal’s Primeira Liga, Portugal’s Primeira Liga, which is Ronaldo’s first professional team, including Italy’s Serie A Napoli, but the weekly wage will also be an issue here.” Ronaldo received £500,000 (KRW 800 million) per week during his time at Manchester United.

Meanwhile, in an interview with British broadcaster Piers Morgan last month, Ronaldo said, “A club in Saudi Arabia offered a contract worth 300 million pounds (479 billion won), but I rejected it.”