Ronaldo offered improved Real Madrid contract

Real Madrid have tabled an improved offer to Cristiano Ronaldo, according to COPE.

The Portuguese superstar could quit the Bernabeu this summer after leading Los Blancos to a hat-trick of Champions League titles.

But Ronaldo apparently rejected the previous proposal when the parties met earlier this week.

He was reportedly offered €25million-a-year, increasing to €30million-a-year depending on the performance of both Ronaldo the individual and Real as a team.

But that is still less than the reported salaries of Neymar (€37million) and Lionel Messi (€50million).

However, Madrid chiefs have reportedly increased the amount of bonuses Ronaldo would receive in a bid to nail down his future.

Ronaldo’s comments following the Champions League final win were also seemingly discussed in the meeting, with Real angered by the player’s hints that he could depart the Bernabeu.

The 33-year-old has been decisive in Real’s four European Cups in the last five years, winning four Ballon d’Or in that time.

And he has now allegedly asked the club to let him leave – and for the first time the Bernabeu hierarchy are receptive to the idea.

Ronaldo has a contract until 2021 – including a €1billion release clause.

But it remains to be seen if the latest spat will end in a handshake, a ceremony and a new deal – or whether Ronaldo will finally wave goodbye to the Spanish capital.