Ronaldo set to join two top teams in January
Cristiano Ronaldo has earned the ire of Manchester United, following his explosive interview with Piers Morgan, in which he did not hold back in his criticism of the Glazer family, who own Manchester United, and Erik ten Hag, the club’s manager.
The Portugal international’s future at Old Trafford appears bleak, as recent reports suggest that Manchester United may decide to terminate his contract in January.
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Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain, two of Europe’s biggest clubs, have both been mentioned as potential suitors for the 37-year-old player.
According to the Daily Mail, Bayern officials met with Ronaldo, his agent Jorge Mendes, and other Bayern representatives last week in England to discuss the possibility of Ronaldo moving to Bayern.
After Manchester United failed to qualify for the Champions League, Ronaldo decided to leave Old Trafford, and Bayern Munich had the opportunity to sign him during the summer transfer window. Bayern, on the other hand, turned down the opportunity to sign Ronaldo.
The Bavarians claimed that the Portuguese star’s age and wage demands were not in line with the club’s standards.
Because of Sadio Mane’s injury, the club is reconsidering signing the player who previously played for Real Madrid.
The Senegalese forward suffered a knee injury just one week before the international break for the World Cup after moving from Liverpool to Allianz Arena in the summer.
Bayern are concerned about Mane’s current fitness. Ronaldo is one of the targets for the offensive reinforcements they intend to bring in during the month of January.
According to a credible journalist named Florian Plettenberg, Paris Saint-Germain are considering a winter transfer window move for Cristiano Ronaldo.
Football advisor Luis Campos is concerned about his fellow countryman’s impending arrival because he only promotes the development of young players (as demonstrated during the summer transfer window) and does not want the club’s wage bill to skyrocket.
Chelsea and Sporting CP have both been mentioned as potential destinations for Ronaldo’s transfer, but neither club is ready to commit to a deal just yet.