The Portuguese superstar is yet to find a new club ahead of the winter transfer window.
Cristiano Ronaldo offered his services to Eintracht Frankfurt earlier this year, according to club CEO Axel Hellmann.
The 37-year-old started searching for a new club in the summer despite being under contract at Manchester United. He ended up staying at Old Trafford but struggled for minutes under Erik ten Hag.
Man Utd eventually terminated Ronaldo’s contract after an explosive interview before the World Cup. Transfer rumours around CR7 have started emerging again, but his chances of moving to a Champions League club have decreased significantly.
Speaking in an interview with DAZN, Hellmann confirmed Ronaldo’s representatives got in touch with Frankfurt.
“[Ronaldo] was even offered to us,” he said. “I have the feeling he was offered to every Champions League club.”
Ronaldo is keen to continue his career in European football after his disappointing return to Man Utd. He has returned to Real Madrid’s training facilities after the World Cup to keep himself fit ahead of his next move.
As of now, Al Nassr is Ronaldo’s most likely destination. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner has received a mega offer from the Saudi Arabian club.
However, many observers, including Carlo Ancelotti, believe the Saudi Pro League won’t be able to satisfy Ronaldo’s ambitions for the rest of his career.