Real Madrid: Cristiano Ronaldo Signs New Five-Year Deal
Cristiano Ronaldo has been Real Madrid‘s best player ever since his arrival back in 2009. As a reward, he has been given a new contract that will pay him €76 million over the next five years.
He will be making way too much money, but he is expected to be worth every penny. With him as the team leader along with Gareth Bale to lead the way, this is a team that will be able to hoist up the Champions League as well as the La Liga trophy within the next two years. Right now, the team is not clicking as it should, but this will definitely begin to change for the better over the next few weeks.
Ronaldo is one of the very few players in the world who can hold the ball, score magnificent goals, pass precisely and will even drop back a few times when he absolutely needs to. He is a left winger who loves to cut inside to create space to take a crack on frame. With his skills, he has scored many goals and will continue to do so under coach Carlo Ancelotti.
That money is a bit too much to pay only one player even if he does start almost every game and score most of the team’s goals. If Real wins every single tournament they partake in this season and CR7 tallies at least 40-50 goals, then he will be worth all of that money.
Now that he has signed that contract just weeks after Bale joined their ranks, Real have their dynamic duo that should lead them to many trophies in the coming seasons.
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