Diego Simeone’s son sparks controversy over Cristiano Ronaldo’s future

Argentine striker Gianluca Simeone, son of Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone, has sparked controversy over the future of Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo.

And the British newspaper Daily Mail reported that Diego Simeone’s son hinted that Cristiano could join Roja Blancos’ ranks during this summer’s transfers.

She explained that her son Simeone liked the tweet of journalist Mano Souraschi, in which he stated: “Cristiano Ronaldo decided to return to Madrid … to play with Atlético, his agent Jorge Mendez insists on Ronaldo’s arrival at the Metropolitano. stadium.”

The move sparked controversy over Ronaldo’s stance, especially since the Portuguese has yet to join Manchester’s pre-season.

And press reports over the past few weeks have indicated that Ronaldo wants to leave Old Trafford to play for a Champions League club next season, and has been linked to joining Chelsea, Bayern Munich and Atlético Madrid.

Ronaldo is the top scorer in Champions League history with 140 goals, 15 goals more than his traditional rival, Argentine star Lionel Messi, who is in second place.

It is noteworthy that the 37-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo spent 9 years of his career in the ranks of Real Madrid, Atlético’s traditional rival in the Spanish capital Madrid, and the Madeira Rocketeer is the royal team’s historical scorer with 450 goals.

Source: media

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