Cristiano Ronaldo Getting Second Opinion on Man Utd Exit in Fresh Transfer Rumours

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Rumours continue to swirl about Cristiano Ronaldo’s future. While new Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag had doubts over whether the Portugal international would report back for pre-season training, well-placed sources have suggested that he would stay away from training in order to implement his exit strategy. The latest reports suggest that he has already met with Bayern Munich and Chelsea in order to get a second opinion on his future.

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Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Manchester United on loan

It has been reported that Manchester United are willing to let Cristiano Ronaldo leave the club on a season-long loan. The Portuguese striker has one year remaining on his contract, and Manchester United would like to trigger the option for a third year of the deal by getting him to leave on loan. That way, he could return to Old Trafford in 2023/24. It is understood that United have already pitched this idea to Ronaldo, but he was surprised to hear it. While the idea was not a rousing success, it appears that United have not completely ruled it out, yet.

Ronaldo has a special emotional bond with Manchester United. He played for the club from 2003 to 2009, and won three Premier League titles and one Champions League during his time there. He has won five Champions Leagues overall, and is desperate to compete in the Champions League again. United did not play for trophies last season, and Ronaldo wants to compete in Europe’s top competition. If Ronaldo leaves United now, he could go back on loan.

Whether Ronaldo will accept Manchester United’s loan offer is unclear, but the club has been in talks with several clubs to try and convince him to stay. While the club is not in a position to offer a permanent contract, the loan arrangement would allow Ronaldo to play in the Champions League in the meantime. Manchester United’s sponsors would also be happy to retain Ronaldo after a season of loan in England.

He is prepared to take a wage cut to force through a move

Reports suggest that Cristiano Ronaldo is prepared to take hefty pay cuts to force through a move to Chelsea. The Portuguese superstar has been talking with Chelsea owner Todd Boehly about making a move in the near future, and it seems that the two have been discussing this option. However, the two sides have yet to agree on a final fee.

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Manchester United have not been able to convince Ronaldo to sign a contract extension until the end of the season, so it’s a surprise that he’s now considering a 30% pay cut to force through a move. The Argentinean has been unable to play in pre-season because of family reasons, but that may be a major factor in his decision. If this is the case, a move to Chelsea isn’t far away.

If a move to Manchester United proves impossible, Ronaldo could join a rival club and accept a lower salary. The Real Madrid forward won four Champions Leagues and two La Ligas at the club. Atletico Madrid would love to have him in the dressing room. Likewise, Napoli would love to have him. This is a deal worth fighting for.

Atletico Madrid want to sign Benjamin Sesko

Atletico Madrid have reportedly made contact with Ronaldo over a possible summer move. While PSG are not expected to sign the Portuguese, the Spanish giants are keen on securing the services of the former Real Madrid player. The Portuguese international is said to be prepared to accept a 30% pay cut in exchange for a move to Atleti. It’s unlikely that the Portuguese ace will be able to leave United, but Ronaldo’s desire to play for the Spanish giants is evident.

The Reds are also interested in signing the Slovakia international, but RB Salzburg are not willing to sell him for less than PS55 million. Sesko has never played in a top five league, but Manchester United could still wait to bring him to Old Trafford. The Italian club have also been linked with a move for United defender Eric Bailly, although Atletico are keen to stay on the front foot.

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Manchester United are sticking to their target list and have shown a strong philosophy when it comes to player recruitment. This philosophy is evidently involved in the club’s transfer policy, with ETH playing a big part. While the club are looking for new additions, United have been claiming that Cristiano Ronaldo is not for sale. However, they are not willing to sell him for less than PS55 million and have instead turned their attention to bringing in Ruben Neves and Youri Tielemans.

He wants to leave on loan

In fresh transfer rumours, it appears that Cristiano Ronaldo is looking to leave Manchester United and join rivals Real Madrid. Ronaldo is a highly prized player who has won four Premier League titles and the Community Shield in five seasons. He also won the Club World Cup with United in 2008. The Portuguese international and his United teammates reached the Champions League final in 2008, losing 2-0 to Barcelona. Now, at 37 years old, Ronaldo wants a new challenge, perhaps at a rival club in Manchester.

The news that a second opinion has been sought by Ronaldo over his future at Manchester United has sparked an extensive debate in the transfer market. It is widely accepted that the Portuguese international is unhappy at the club and wants to move elsewhere. However, the club’s new manager, Erik Ten Hag, has reassured him of the club’s commitment to retaining the Portuguese star.

The Portuguese striker has already informed United of his desire to leave the club earlier this summer. Despite this, United have insisted that Ronaldo is not for sale. However, the news has delighted United chiefs, who are keen to keep the Portuguese international. The United stars are expected to fly home today. The latest rumours will have a greater impact on the club’s transfer market.

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He has angered fans by helping Wayne Rooney receive a red card at the World Cup

After the match, Ronaldo angered England fans by helping Rooney receive a red card. Ronaldo was spotted winking towards the Portuguese bench as Rooney walked back down the tunnel and was given his marching orders by referee Horacio Marcelo Elizondo. However, the incident has since been forgotten, and the pair went on to win the World Cup together.

The two players were teammates when they played for Manchester United at the 2006 World Cup. Rooney was sent off for stamping on Portugal’s Ricardo Carvalho, but it was Cristiano Ronaldo’s reaction that caused the referee to brandish the red card. The incident resulted in England losing the game on penalties, and Cristiano Ronaldo angered fans with his reaction.

After the 2006 World Cup, Wayne Rooney reportedly revealed that he had conversations with Cristiano Ronaldo. The two men were teammates and faced off against Portugal in the quarter-finals. Rooney was given a red card for stamping on Portugal defender Ricardo Carvalho, and Ronaldo was accused of trying to influence referee Horacio Marcelo Elizondo’s decision. He was also seen winking to the Portuguese bench, which angered England fans and members of the media.

A few days later, Ronaldo completed a world-record PS80 million move to Real Madrid. In the meantime, he became England’s public enemy no. 1 in England. The incident erupted during a quarter-final match between England and Portugal. The English team included superstars Steven Gerrard, David Beckham, Rio Ferdinand, Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard, and budding star Wayne Rooney.

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He wants a loan move to fracture his relationship with Manchester United fans

The Portuguese star has a 12 month contract left at Manchester United and wants a loan move to break the stalemate. The club has failed to qualify for the Champions League last season and has slashed his salary by 25 per cent. Ronaldo’s desire to leave is understandable, but his desire to move elsewhere could be a step too far. Despite the fact that he scored most of the goals for United last season, the United fans are understandably frustrated.

The Manchester United hierarchy have said they are counting on Ronaldo this season, but the Portuguese has been unable to return to training. The player has not been available for international duty due to family reasons. However, the club are still willing to pay the PS72m for De Jong. In the meantime, Anthony Martial has been playing up front. He spent the second half of last season on loan at Sevilla, and could be an ideal replacement for Ronaldo.

As United have already lost David de Gea to loan, the Portuguese forward is desperate to move on. The club are desperate to sign a striker who can replace him and boost their sagging team’s season. A loan move to a lower division club will help him find a new club and keep his relationship with Manchester United fans intact. In the meantime, Manchester United are still hoping to make the top four in the Premier League this season.

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