According to reports, Cristiano Ronaldo has told Manchester United that he wants to be released even with there being ‘zero enquiries’ for him. The 37-year-old returned to the Red Devils last year following a spell in Serie A with Juventus.
Ronaldo and his agent, Jorge Mendes, arrived at United’s Carrington training base. They confirmed their intention to seek a transfer to the board and Erik ten Hag. Both club and manager, however, insisted to CR7 that he is not for sale and remains part of their plans.
However, in the meeting between player and manager, nothing seems to have changed at the current moment and neither party is ready to change their stance. This was confirmed by football transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano, on Wednesday evening.
Romano tweeted: “No changes yet for Cristiano Ronaldo situation. Manchester United insist he’s not for sale, Cristiano told ten Hag in the last 24h that he still wants to leave.
“His agent Jorge Mendes will try again to find a solution. Waiting strategy on, as last year with Juventus.” However despite United remaining firm in this situation, that doesn’t stop Jorge Mendes wanting to push for Ronaldo’s exit from the club and the agent will continue to find a solution in the market.
Ronaldo could still leave United this summer should a European giant opt to push to sign the player and be able to take on his monster wage bill.
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