Ronaldo returns to Manchester

Famous Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, an expert on football transfers, said that Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo returned to Manchester City today, Monday.

“Today, Cristiano Ronaldo is finally back in Manchester,” Romano said, citing British newspaper The Athletic.

He added that Manchester United’s new manager, Dutchman Eric Ten Hag, is looking forward to meeting Ronaldo in hopes of convincing him to reconsider leaving the Red Devils this summer.

Earlier this month, Ronaldo did not travel with a Manchester United delegation on a pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia after he took time off to deal with some family matters, according to what United said at the time.

But press reports pointed to the 37-year-old striker, whose contract with United expires in 2023, is keen to keep the club out of the Champions League next season after a disappointing sixth-place season in the local league.

Since the end of May last year, several news have circulated linking Ronaldo with several clubs, most notably Bayern Munich, Barcelona, ​​Atlético Madrid, Spain, Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea, and all they refused to confirm their interest in concluding a contract with him. , so the five-time Ballon d’Or winner is limited to the middle of the summer transfer period.

Source: Fabrizio Romano + RT

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