Cristiano Ronaldo is allegedly in talks to star in a reality television series.
Social networking giant Facebook is hoping to make a documentary-style show about the Portugal striker’s life and career, according to Variety.
Todd Spangler and Andrew Wallenstein of Variety reported the Real Madrid phenomenon is in talks for a 13-episode docuseries to be released on Facebook Watch.
The publication’s sources have claimed that Ronaldo will make around $10m (£7.5m) if he agrees to appear in the 13-episode series.
CAA is said to be packaging the programme, with Matador Content and Religion of Sports on board to produce the show.
Ronaldo is the most popular athlete on Facebook with more than 120 million followers for his official page.
The former Manchester United player, whose continued stay at Real Madrid is doubtful following a reportedly bid from Juventus, is among the most-recognized sports celebrities in the world.