Five-time Ballon d’Or winner and Portuguese striker, Ronaldo is set to net up to $10 million for the series in a deal with Facebook.
Social media giants Facebook and Portuguese football star Cristiano Ronaldo are reportedly in talks on a new reality TV show based on the star’s life.
The Silicon Valley-based company wants to run a 13-episode series on its Facebook Watch video platform, looking at the life of the Real Madrid star.
Ronaldo, 33, could net up to $10 million for the series, according to Variety.
Portuguese striker Ronaldo is one of sport’s most market- able stars, and has more than 120 million followers on the social media platform.
He earns a reported $47 million a year in endorsements in addition to a salary and winnings of $61million, according to Forbes.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner is currently the discussion of intense transfer speculation, with reports linking him to a $116 million move from Real Madrid to Italian giants Juventus.
He has been at Real since 2009, during which time he has won the Champions League four times – in additional to another winner’s medal from his time at Manchester United – as well as two La Liga titles.