Manchester United open door for Cristiano Ronaldo exit

British newspaper The Sun has reported that the management of the Manchester United football club has embraced the idea of ​​leaving the Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo during the current summer transfer period.

Press reports claimed that Ronaldo had submitted a formal request to leave and that he had missed a period of preparation to find a new team, but Manchester United announced that the absence was due to family circumstances.

And the Sun newspaper that Manchester United realized their inability to keep Ronaldo at the club against his will.

The newspaper pointed out that officials in the Red Devils team wanted to avoid a protracted fight with the Portuguese star.

And The Sun reported that Manchester United management spoke with Dutch manager Eric Ten Hag, the team’s new coach, and the coach agreed to start planning for the team’s future without Ronaldo.

The newspaper reported that in January last year, Ronaldo’s advisers told the club’s chief executive, Richard Arnold, that Don would not stay at Manchester United if the team failed to qualify for the Champions League.

In turn, the Portuguese journalist Bruno Andradevy told Twitter through his official Twitter account: “Manchester United agreed to the pressure (which was applied by Ronaldo) and is ready to sell.”

He added: “Squad management wants around €15m (or £13m) to open the door to talks with interested clubs.”

A few days ago, the British newspaper “The Times” gave a big surprise, reporting that Cristiano Ronaldo has asked the management of Manchester United to allow him to leave the team this summer.

The newspaper explained Ronaldo’s request to leave as his desire to continue in the European Champions League, as well as his doubts about the Red Devils’ ability to compete for titles next season, as well as the lack of a clear project for the club. .

For its part, Britain’s Daily Mail confirmed yesterday Wednesday that Ronaldo is refusing to train with Manchester United for the third consecutive day, at the same time that Dutch coach Erik Ten Hag, the new coach, is being trained. team “Red Devils” for the new season, and he will hold a football tour tomorrow, Friday.

Cristiano Ronaldo, 37, is associated with several European clubs, most notably Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Roma, as well as his parent club Sporting CP in Lisbon, Portugal.

Manchester United are due to kick off their football tour in Bangkok against Liverpool on July 12 without knowing Ronaldo’s final position on the journey with the team.

Source: agencies

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