Christiano Ronaldo will now become the highest paid premier league player after making his way back to Manchester United.Ronaldo made his way back on August 26th after Man united made an agreement with Juventus to re-sign Ronaldo.Ronaldo has however not officially signed the papers according to Metro-Uk but he will be doing it soon without any doubts as it's one of the best deals so far.Currently, Ronaldo is in Lisbon where he is believedly expected to take his medical before later flying to Manchester united.
According to the sun reports, the 36-year old striker is set to pocket a massive £480,000-a-week which is about KSh 72 million or around £25millon a year which is KSh 3.7 billion.This will now make him the best paid player surpassing Man City's Kevin De Bruyne who is allegedly the best player paid banking around £385,000-a-week which is about KSh 58 million.
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