Manchester United have been in direct contact with Jorge Mendes since yesterday night for Cristiano Ronaldo comeback. Now board talking about figures of the deal, potential salary & also fee for Juventus.
Man United are now “seriously interested” – as Man City too.
What do we say?
With so much Ronaldo targeting in recent days, it is not surprising that Solskjær was asked about a Portuguese star at a press conference. “I do not want to miss too much. Cristiano is the legend of this team, he is the best player of all time. I was very lucky to get to play with him, I trained when I got my job,” Solskjær replied. that United would love to sign him. “He almost retired when I was injured in a Wolverhampton game and he changed teams. He’s such a great guy, so let’s see what happens to him; whoever plays with him wants a cloth.” maybe it will be great to come back, and he replied, “I have to say whether he is the best player of all time, no doubt he and Messi. That’s what it is.”
Solskjær was asked why Man Utd did not try to put it in the window a few days ago, and replied, “I do not think Cristiano will leave Juventus, and our attention is finally on in a few days.
What is the situation?
The club have to understand that Juve now expect City to send a bid for Ronaldo, who is eager to start the next stage of his career away from Turin. The Italian giants are ready to sell the 36-year-old for 29 million euros (24 million pounds) after agreeing not to continue their stay at the club after the current deal expires in 2022.
Mendes is now negotiating the rules of Ronaldo’s departure, and City are the only club looking to sign after Paris Saint-Germain manager Nasser Al-Khelaifi ended the attack on Thursday. After leaving the training ground on Friday morning, Ronaldo found out he was leaving Torino in a completely private jet when Juve manager Max Allegri admitted the player did not intend to stay with the team.
During his playing career at the club he made 292 appearances across all competitions scoring a very impressive 118 goals. It puts him ninth in United’s list of all-time leading goal scorers.
In six years he won three Premier League titles, one Champions League trophy, one FA Cup and two league cups.