Date: 23rd November 2022 at 7:54am
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Less than 24 hours after leaving Manchester United, Cristiano Ronaldo has been offered a move to a new club, and it would see him become their top earner in history. 

On Tuesday The Red Devils announced that the 37-year-old would be leaving the club a little over a year after returning to Old Trafford.

Ronaldo was reportedly pushing for a move away from Old Trafford over the summer, as he looked to secure Champions League football once again, but he ultimately stayed put.

Then, the forward shocked the world last week when he gave a controversial interview to Piers Morgan, during which the Portuguese criticised manager Erik ten Hag, the club’s owners The Glazers, and several former teammates.

The Portugal international now finds himself without a club, but one non-league side have already tabled an offer to the striker.

AFC Crewe, who currently play in the 14th tier of English football, have offered Ronaldo a one-year-deal.

The club took to Twitter to reveal that they had made an official offer to the player, which would see him earn £35-per-week, a figure that would make him the highest paid player in the club’s history.

Ronaldo, who has scored more than 700 club career goals, had netted just once in the Premier League this term, with Ten Hag having primarily used him as a substitute.

Ronaldo has been offered the chance to join a 14th-tier non-league side

The pair’s relationship first soured when Ronaldo refused to be substituted on during United’s win over Tottenham Hotspur in October.

Ronaldo was fined for his actions and was left out of the United squad for their following game against Chelsea.

Over the summer, the former Real Madrid man was linked with a number of clubs, including Chelsea, Atletico Madrid and Napoli, while a shock return to first club Sporting Lisbon was also touted.

When he first returned to Old Trafford last summer, Ronaldo made an instant impact by scoring twice against Newcastle United.

He finished last term with a total of 24 goals in 38 games across all competitions, but he had primarily been used as a substitute this season prior to his departure on Monday.

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