Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo has rejected a fresh offer of €200 million from Chinese Super League, according to report.
Ronaldo has had an offer on the table from European based club Juventus and he is ready to call his time up at the Santiago Bernabeu after he feels his relationship with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is damage and the Portuguese forward feels it is time to leave and enjoy new challenge elsewhere.
Ronaldo has refused to go the Chinese Super League after the Bianconeri has made their interest known.
The 33-year-old signed for Real Madrid in 2009 and
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An unnamed Chinese club offered the veteran a contract worth €100 million a season for two years with the economic strength of the league staggering.
The likes of Carlos Tevez, Oscar, Hulk, Yannick Carrasco and Nicolas Gaitan have all made the move to Asia on lucrative contracts in recent times, but Ronaldo feels he still has a lot to give at the top level.
This offer came in December 2017 before Real Madrid came to an agreement with Jorge Mendes on the terms of Ronaldo's exit; a €100 million euro release fee.
Juventus is one of the best team in Europe and Ronaldo still believes that he has what it takes to maintain the pace and requirement of top-flight football coupled with the fact that Juventus is ready to offer him a €30 million per season contract.