Cristiano Ronaldo 'desperate for Manchester United return'

Solenn Plantier
Juin 20, 2017

"The Italian sport paper Gazetto dello Sport has been reporting in recent days that FC Bayern are interested in signing Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid".

A club statement read: "In Madrid, on 19 June 2017, at 00:01 hours, the electoral board of Real Madrid met at their headquarters in order to deal with and decide the issues listed below".

Ronaldo's move would see him bringing girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and his three children back to the United Kingdom.

Given all of that as well as how United could easily afford him, it seems a no-brainer... except there is actually a lot to think about, and figure out.

The Real Madrid forward expressed his desire to leave the team, and at this very moment, Manchester United may be the only club that can afford the star.

When United played Real Madrid in MI in 2014 the game attracted a record crowd for a football match in the US, with 109,318 present.

Ronaldo was named man of the match in his country's Confederations Cup game with Mexico but failed to attend the press conference which comes with the award, speaking only about the game in a brief interview with Federation Internationale de Football Association. Yes, but whether it is a deal that they can afford to do is a different question. Even they call it the best bluff of the day.

Make sense? Perhaps to some, certainly not to Real Madrid, who will probably keep Ronaldo, sign Mbappe and ignore their defence for another summer and still win every trophy on offer.

Spanish daily AS have an interesting article on Monday looking at clubs who will profit if Cristiano Ronaldo leaves Real Madrid this summer.

Ronaldo has ignored pleas from Real boss Zinedine Zidane to reconsider his position.

At the moment, United are wary of being drawn into a transfer saga surrounding Ronaldo's future and the general feeling at Old Trafford is that he will stay in Madrid. I've heard about the Cristiano situation from what newspapers have written.

According to reports in Portuguese media, the 32-year-old four-times world player of the year had already made up his mind to ask the club for a transfer, saying he was "deeply disenchanted" with the allegations against him.

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