After parting ways with Manchester United earlier this week, the superstar has been offered a Mega deal.
The 37-year-old has been offered a three-year, $225 million deal to play for the Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr after the World Cup, according to CBS Sports.
That deal would give Ronaldo a whopping $75 million deal into his 40s.
Ronaldo, currently playing in his fifth World Cup, has been in Al Nassr’s interest for quite some time, and that the moment, their interest in him is “stronger than ever.”
CBS Sports notes that the two sides spoke over the summer, so a contract finalization would not take long if the two sides do eventually agree.
Al Nassr is one of Asia’s most successful clubs, winning nine league titles.
It is further reported that Ronaldo is considering the offer but will wait until after the World Cup before making a decision on his future.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner wants to evaluate all of his options before deciding on a new club as his agent Jorge Mendes works around the clock to find the best destination.