Manchester United Pre-Season TOUR – Ronaldo Manchester United Transfer: It’s FINAL, Cristiano Ronaldo won’t fly out to Thailand today for Manchester United…
Manchester United Pre-Season TOUR – Ronaldo Manchester United Transfer: It’s FINAL, Cristiano Ronaldo won’t fly out to Thailand today for Manchester United PRE-SEASON Tour. Ronaldo has missed the club’s return to pre-season training at Carrington so far. Instead he trained at the Portuguese national team’s headquarters. The Old Trafford side play Liverpool in Thailand on Tuesday before flying to Australia: Follow Football NEWS and LIVE updates with InsideSport.IN
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Ronaldo Manchester United Transfer: The legendary footballer was allowed to stay away from Carrington for family reasons amid reported interest from Chelsea. Ronaldo has been granted additional time off for family reasons and will not be on Friday’s flight to Bangkok.
The Portugal forward, 37, wants to leave the Premier League club this summer if they can find the right offer.
Manchester United THAILAND Tour: New boss Erik ten Hag and his squad were pictured rolling through the doors for training on Thursday morning in an assortment of fancy motors.
But again frontman Ronaldo, 37, was nowhere to be seen.
British Tabloid SunSport on Thursday revealed that Manchester United have accepted they will lose Ronaldo this summer. Reports on Thursday also suggested Chelsea are lining up a £14million bid for the Portugual ace.
According to the report, new owner Todd Boehly is a huge fan of Ronaldo and eager to bring him to Stamford Bridge.
The Portuguese is being linked with a handful of European clubs. From teams in England and Spain to Italy and France.
Aside from Chelsea, Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich were linked but have now ruled out a move for the forward. Club director Oliver Kahn was quoted by Kicker, “As much as I appreciate Cristiano Ronaldo as one of the greatest players, a move would not fit into our philosophy.”
Lothar Matthaus, a German legend, did suggest that the idea of Cristiano playing for Bayern might be an appealing one, but it appears that the club have very different ideas.