Manchester United are attempting to convince Cristiano Ronaldo that they don’t want to sell him this summer and that the Portuguese striker is keen to leave the club. Although the club have insisted that Ronaldo will not be sold, it is more likely that the Portuguese superstar will stay at Old Trafford and fight for a starting place next season. The Portuguese striker has already been linked with Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Napoli, Chelsea and Atletico Madrid.
Ronaldo’s not-for-sale stance has been hardened by Atletico Madrid
The rumors about a possible transfer have sparked a backlash, but at least one club has been persistent about their interest in signing Ronaldo: Atletico Madrid. Diego Simeone has been convinced to pursue the player. Manchester United, meanwhile, have been reluctant to make a move for the Portuguese star, while Chelsea have abandoned their attempt to sign him this summer.
United have been unable to reach any agreement with Atletico Madrid, which means a move for Ronaldo could be tricky from a financial perspective. However, the presence of Antoine Griezmann at Atletico has encouraged United to sanction a loan and trigger a further year option in his contract. If Atletico do not agree with the loan deal, they are expected to snub the deal and Ronaldo will return to Old Trafford next season.
Real Madrid have also been rumoured to want Ronaldo this summer. They have been interested in a move for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner, but United have failed to offer him a deal worth the PS200 million. In addition to Atletico, Chelsea and Bayern Munich have all turned down a move for Ronaldo – and they’re not letting the player go for peanuts.
Real Madrid, Bayern Munich
With his contract running out at the end of the season, it is likely that Ronaldo will demand to leave Old Trafford and return to Spain. Atletico Madrid have laughed off the idea of a move for Ronaldo, deeming it unfeasible. Man Utd and Ten Hag are believed to be in talks over his future, which will be determined by his current situation.
The news of Ronaldo’s return to Manchester United has raised speculation that he will not train with his team until after the talks. But the club have said that they are not willing to sell and that they have no concrete offers from any other club. Even though it is not clear whether he will join the team at training on Tuesday, the news is positive for the club. The Portuguese international has already asked to be excused from the club’s southern hemisphere tour due to family reasons.
According to reports, Ronaldo is on his way to England to hold talks with Manchester United over his future. Manchester United have been in contact with the forward over the past few days and have insisted that he is not on the verge of leaving the club. But it is not clear whether Ronaldo will be present in training, as he has not attended pre-season. Aside from the talks with Erik ten Hag, the Portuguese star has not been present on United’s tour of Australia.
The speculation about the Portuguese superstar’s future has been escalating since the summer, with reports claiming that he’s willing to accept a pay cut to force a move away from Old Trafford. The Portuguese legend had already made it known in the summer that he wanted to leave, but the club have resisted the speculation and have insisted that Ronaldo is not for sale. The Sunday Mirror report, however, suggests that United are willing to let the Portuguese international leave on loan – albeit only on loan. United’s chief executive Erik ten Hag claims that the star is in United’s plans despite his desire to move elsewhere.
It’s a sign of the pressure surrounding Ronaldo’s future at Manchester United. Although the club’s new manager, Erik ten Hag, has publicly stated that he wants to keep Ronaldo, the Portuguese international has repeatedly told the club that he is not for sale. The club has 12 months left on his contract and an option for another year, so a move to another club would only help them retain Ronaldo for a longer period.
Despite the fact that there have been a number of rumours surrounding Ronaldo’s future, the news that the Portuguese international is travelling back to England is positive for the club. Earlier this week, the club revealed that Ronaldo requested a leave of absence from its southern hemisphere tour, citing family commitments. However, despite his desire to remain in Manchester, the Portuguese international has not yet been approached by any other club.
The news that Ronaldo is travelling back to England to hold talks with Manchester United over his future has sparked speculation among Chelsea fans. It is unclear whether the Blues are interested in letting Ronaldo leave on loan, but they are still in the running for the forward. The move to Chelsea is unlikely to be a surprise, as they are also seeking a defensive reinforcement to protect their shaky defence.
While he is still under contract at the moment, a new contract with a year left to run could mean a permanent switch. While the new deal would keep Ronaldo at the club until the end of the EPL season, the prospect of playing in the Champions League is remote. Furthermore, Man Utd are unlikely to be able to meet the financial requirements that would have to be met.
After being left out of a number of big transfer scuffles in recent weeks, the Portuguese international has returned to England to hold talks with Manchester United over his future. Despite his wish to leave, the Portuguese star has been unable to find a permanent replacement, and the possibility of him moving to another top club has been ruled out by Chelsea and Atletico Madrid. Meanwhile, Manchester United boss Jimmy Ten Hag has been repeatedly insistent that the club will not sell him. But there are few realistic options open to the club that could entice Ronaldo, so it will be interesting to see what happens.
Rumours are rife in the transfer market that the club are pursuing another top player in place of the Brazilian. Despite reports suggesting that Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus would love to sign the Portuguese, the latter have ruled them out. And even if the deal falls through, Man Utd still have plans for Ronaldo, with the former Manchester City forward still a key part of their plans. In addition, the club have made two signings this summer, bringing in Christian Eriksen and Tyrell Malacia from Ajax.
Manchester United have no intention of selling their star player, and it is understood that the Portuguese international has not received any concrete offers from elsewhere. Despite this, Ronaldo is set to return to England to hold face-to-face talks with the club’s chief executive, Edwin Ten Hag. The Argentine is also reportedly uncertain whether he will train with his teammates on Tuesday. United are taking his return to England as a positive sign, but the future of the superstar remains unclear.
After spending six years at Manchester United, Ronaldo has expressed his desire to leave the club this summer. This decision has forced him to return to England, where he has reportedly had numerous talks with club CEO Richard Arnold and manager Alex Ferguson. But it’s unlikely that Ronaldo will train with the Red Devils on Tuesday, since he has already informed the club of his desire to leave.
As a result, Manchester United have been unable to lure any other top-class player to Old Trafford. Nevertheless, it is expected that the Portuguese star will insist on leaving the club this summer. The fact that there is no other realistic alternative for Ronaldo to play in the Premier League is enough for the Spanish club to be willing to let him leave. As for his next destination, Atletico Madrid have been linked with the Portuguese star in recent weeks.
It’s believed that the five-time Ballon d’Or winner is in talks with his new manager at Manchester United. The Portuguese is thought to have told the Red Devils earlier this summer that he wanted to leave Old Trafford. But the Red Devils have insisted that Ronaldo is not for sale. Nevertheless, the Portuguese forward’s return to England is welcomed by the club chiefs. Ronaldo is due to fly back to Manchester on Tuesday to hold talks with the club over his future.
With less than two weeks until the Premier League season starts, a move to the Old Trafford club looks unlikely to be easy. In fact, it could prove to be a race against time for Ronaldo to fit in with the side. The striker’s summer has been a difficult one for him, and he is now in a corner. The club has already made two signings this summer, including Christian Eriksen and Tyrell Malacia. They have also signed Lisandro Martinez from Ajax.
Despite the fact that United’s offer from Saudi Arabia is astronomical, it’s still a far cry from the legacy that a deal with Manchester United would leave. It is clear that Ronaldo wants to sign off at the top level and achieve Champions League records. With that in mind, it’s clear that a deal with Manchester United is the most likely option. And as a matter of fact, it may be the only one.