Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the names of the summer. The Portuguese is once again the protagonist in another transfer market after echoing that he wants to leave Manchester United. Atlético de Madrid is one of the possible destinations for the 'bug', and the key that Atleti has for him to arrive is to sell Antoine Griezmann . According to The Times , the mattress club is working to place the Frenchman in another team and bring in Cristiano Ronaldo, and says that the key in the 'Operation Cristiano' is Griezmann.
Several media outlets point out that the most 'real' option for Cristiano's future is to end up as a rojiblanco. However, for him to land in Madrid again, Antoine Griezmann must be sold to release mass and be able to go with everything for the Portuguese crack. The Times points out that the Frenchman was already offered to PSG, but that the Parisians rejected him after signing Ekitike. Atleti continues to work on his departure to sign Cristiano and finalize the bomb of the summer market.
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