The news of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo’s desire to leave Manchester United caused panic within the walls of the “Red Devils”, according to the interpretation of the Spanish newspaper “Marca”, which reported on it and was considered the hottest transfer news worldwide. Current summer season.
The news spread on social media, and a panel of TV presenters and former players such as Gary Neville, Jimmy Carragher, Jimmy O’Hara and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink took part in the analysis and commentary.
Rumors from earlier this year appear to have resurfaced, particularly as Ronaldo (37) did not attend the Red Devils’ first training session under Dutch coach Erik ten Haag, although it was apparently a surprise. Family reasons.
Ronaldo asked to leave Manchester United due to his desire to play in the Champions League after the English side failed to book qualification for the Champions League. The walls of the club.
And the British newspaper “Daily Mail” is unsure whether Cristiano will be with them on Friday when they embark on a trip to Thailand and Australia, where they begin their pre-season tour.
According to “The Sun” newspaper, Den Haag has asked the club to resolve the situation as soon as possible one way or another so that he can plan his team for the 2023/22 season without knowing if he can. To contact Cristiano Ronaldo. Or not.
In a Twitter chat, Carragher commented that Ronaldo had done exactly what he thought, which was “scoring goals but making the team worse”. It prompted a reaction from Red Devils legend Gary Neville and a backlash on social media.
The idea of Ronaldo signing with former arch-rivals Barcelona was put forward by the Catalan club’s president, Juan Laporta, in a meeting between Laporta, according to Spanish newspaper “AS”, making matters worse. and Jorge Mendes, Ronaldo’s agent, in the player’s presence, and Ronaldo’s name came up strongly during the meeting, and Laporta inquired about a possible move to Barcelona this summer.
Cristiano Ronaldo in 20 years
Manchester United from 2003 to 2009.
Real Madrid from 2009 to 2018.
Juventus from 2018 to 2021.
2021 to Manchester United.
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