Manchester United are making Cristiano Ronaldo the highest paid player in Premier League history - and by some distance.
The Daily Mail says his sensational return to Manchester United will see him earn £480,000-a-week - making him the highest paid player in the Premier League.
The 36-year-old Juventus striker sealed a dramatic move back to United on Friday after he looked set to join rivals Manchester City just hours before.
Ronaldo's staggering weekly wages eclipses City ace Kevin De Bruyne's by almost £100,000, but it still pales in comparison to Lionel Mess and Neymar's earnings at PSG.
After leaving cash-strapped Barcelona earlier this month, Messi agreed terms on a whooping £1million a week with to sign for PSG, dwarfing Ronaldo's United deal.
Ronaldo will join United subject to a visa, a medical and agreeing personal terms on a deal worth £19.4m.
He could make his second debut for the club against Newcastle in a fortnight.