Cristiano Ronaldo’s Desperate Exit Plan Hits New Low

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The Portuguese forward’s desperate exit plan has reached a new low. Atletico Madrid have made an ‘unfeasible’ bid for the player and Manchester City are now interested. But are City’s interests justified? Let’s look at the details. Let’s start with a brief history of Ronaldo’s career, and then move on to discuss the possibility that a deal could work in his best interest.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s desperate exit plan hits new low

Real Madrid and Barcelona have both rejected the Portuguese superstar’s bid to join them, but his desperate exit plan for Manchester United has not stalled. Cristiano has not even attended Manchester United’s pre-season tour of Asia, despite being offered by both clubs earlier this month. The club’s president, Jorge Mendes, has been unable to sell Ronaldo. The Barcelona offer has sparked speculation that he could return to the Spanish club, but the former Real Madrid star remains stubborn.

Ten Hag has previously stated that he hopes the five-time Ballon d’Or will stay until his swansong in 2024. The player has a sell-on clause of 25 per cent, and the club is expected to pocket six figures from the deal. However, despite this, the deal looks likely to fail – and could benefit Man United.

If Ronaldo moves to Barcelona, he would join the Champions League and be able to continue to play for an English club. He would earn PS211 million over two seasons in the Gulf country, and he will also have the opportunity to play Champions League football. But despite the interest from Barcelona, Manchester United have failed to qualify for the Champions League this season. So, the Portuguese star wants to leave Manchester United for a more lucrative club.

Manchester United privately accept that keeping Ronaldo will disrupt Erik ten Hag’s peaceful revolution. The club’s top brass believe that keeping the star striker could endanger Erik ten Hag’s peaceful revolution, but a move to Chelsea may be the best option for the club. It’s unlikely that the club will flinch, but the situation is complicated by the fact that the Portuguese international handed in a transfer request just days before the club’s pre-season tour.

Atletico Madrid’s bid for Ronaldo ‘unfeasible’

Atletico Madrid are now firmly ruling out the possibility of signing Cristiano Ronaldo, as they are currently struggling to sign Nahuel Molina. Atletico are not in the best financial position, so a deal for the Portuguese superstar would require a large financial effort on their part. However, it is unlikely that the club will abandon hopes of signing Ronaldo and will instead focus on trying to sign Nahuel Molina instead.

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Atleti would also be unable to afford to pay the high wages that Ronaldo commands at Manchester United. The Portuguese winger earns around PS385,000 a week, while Atleti’s highest earner is Antoine Griezmann. This would leave Atleti with no cash to spend on new players, and they would already be over their financial fair play targets. Furthermore, signing Ronaldo would require the club to pay a huge transfer fee, which would further add to the burden on the already stretched finances.

Although Atletico have pulled out of the deal, the club’s owner, Jorge Mendes, is still optimistic about the deal. After all, the club has a number of problems and a large wage bill, and it would be unwise to let the players wait for the player that they think they’ll need for major European glory. As for Griezmann, he has struggled at the Camp Nou and is now looking to get off the books.

In the meantime, Atletico will have to sell Alvaro Morata before attempting to sign Ronaldo. The club will also have to recoup some of the money they have spent on the players they’ve sold. The Portuguese has been in Spain for three years and has scored 22 goals and made nine assists in 33 games against Atletico.

Frenkie de Jong’s options have been narrowed down

Chelsea are chasing De Jong in a bid to replace the departed superstar, and the Italian club have let it be known that they are interested. The Dutchman’s agent Mateja Kezman is expected to deliver a Manchester United offer to Lazio soon, and a move to the Nou Camp could be dependent on a United move for De Jong.

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Manchester United have agreed a fee of PS63m to sign De Jong, with a further PS8m in bonuses, but Chelsea could outbid United and sign him. A Chelsea deal for De Jong would come as a major blow for Manchester United, who are currently without a striker and are desperate to add fresh talent.

The speculation surrounding Frenkie de Jong has cooled after reports emerged that Liverpool had agreed to pay the player’s wages. Despite his contract expiring in the summer of 2023, he’ll get regular football and no buyout clause. While it will not help him against Manchester United, he will also be able to concentrate on a full Premier League campaign. Despite the fact that he’ll have to wait almost three years to clear his name, he will receive a PS3million bonus if Manchester United qualify for the Champions League.

Manchester City’s interest in Ronaldo

It seems as though the move for Cristiano Ronaldo is not happening any time soon, with the club focusing on a blockbuster deal to sign Harry Kane. It is unclear whether City will be able to afford the EUR31m a year that Ronaldo demands. A part-exchange deal is a viable option and could see both sides benefit. The interest in Ronaldo is not limited to Manchester City however.

A report in Get French Football News suggests that Manchester City are interested in signing Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo. The club initially turned down a bid from Manchester United, but are now considering a move for the Portuguese international. Ronaldo has one year left on his current contract, which means he is eligible for a move to Manchester City if Raheem Sterling leaves. But despite Manchester City’s interest in Ronaldo, Juventus are unwilling to accept any less than the £150m valuation for the midfielder.

Despite the interest in Ronaldo from Manchester City, the move failed to materialise. In the end, City failed to convince Juventus to sell Harry Kane. Instead, they were unable to break Daniel Levy, the owner of Tottenham, in the transfer negotiations. After all, Manchester City are a rival of Tottenham and have a rich history of signing top talent. Nevertheless, the Portuguese star is keen to leave Turin.

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It is believed that Manchester City and Juventus are negotiating the transfer fee, with the fee being the only major hurdle for the deal. According to reports, Juventus had feared the impact of signing Ronaldo to Manchester City. Despite this, it is believed that Ronaldo has spoken to Pep Guardiola regarding his role in the team. The price would be around PS20 million a week, which would be a huge sum for the club.

Erik ten Hag’s peaceful revolution

Many people believe that Cristiano Ronaldo is a perfect fit for Erik ten Hag’s style of play, but it’s unlikely that he would agree. The Dutchman’s recent peace-loving philosophies and methods have been criticised in the past. But these changes could actually benefit Ronaldo. If a coach is flexible enough to change with the players around him, it could be a positive thing for Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ten Hag’s peace-loving revolution could be a good thing for Ronaldo – and United’s fans. The Portuguese has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford, but has been unable to convince the club to part with him. But there is little doubt that the player himself wants to stay and is prepared to make any sacrifices to remain with the club.

The Portuguese has scored a career-high 24 goals for Manchester United, but his time at the club is drawing to an end. Manchester United have struggled to win silverware and have failed to qualify for the Champions League in recent years. The new manager Erik ten Hag has taken over has been tasked with rebuilding the club, and he has done a fantastic job. Cristiano Ronaldo is already looking better under Ten Hag.

Keeping Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United is unlikely to benefit the long-term rebuilding process. He has a contract expiring in the 2022/23 season, and is widely expected to return to Sporting Lisbon. If he stays at the club, he will only prolong the rebuilding process. Selling Cristiano Ronaldo now will eliminate the Manchester United nostalgic atmosphere, and mark the beginning of a new era for the club.

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