Author Topic: Cristiano Ronaldo  (Read 894 times)

Offline Chippy_Tea

Cristiano Ronaldo
« on: June 16, 2017, 06:33:16 PM »
Will the club he used to play for that doesn't buy success put a massive bid in?

Cristiano Ronaldo makes 'irreversible' decision to leave Real Madrid 

Cristiano Ronaldo has let it be known that he is so upset after being accused of tax fraud in Spain that he wants to leave Real Madrid.

The revelation from sources close to the him will be treated with caution by clubs who previously attempted to sign Ronaldo although Paris Saint-Germain appears to be his most likely destination should he leave Madrid after eight years.

PSG have an open dialogue with Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes while, obviously, a return to Manchester United will also re-surface not least because another Mendes client, Jose Mourinho, is the manager and there is continued interest.

However that link with Mourinho can be over-played while United are well-aware of how they felt used when they believed Ronaldo was set to return in the summer of 2013 when Sir Alex Ferguson retired and David Moyes was appointed manager only for him to sign a new contract. United thought they had a deal.

Nevertheless United, who have also made attempts in the past to sign Ronaldo’s Real team-mate Gareth Bale and hope to soon conclude a deal for Alvaro Morata, are unfazed by the fact that Ronaldo is 32 and believe he can play at the top for many years to come, not least because of the way he has adapted his game and because he has not suffered any significant injuries.

PSG would represent a new challenge and in a league that he could dominate – continually winning the Ballon D’Or is an obsession that is less easily fulfilled in the Premier League – with the club having made presentations in the past including pointing out that Paris has the largest Portuguese community outside of Portugal. Finances would not be an issue.

The Ronaldo camp will also remind suitors that the striker has been wanted in China, has turned down astronomic amounts of money and, although that may remain the case, the landscape in the Chinese Super League has changed since he was previously courted. A new contender could be Italy with the Milan clubs, in particular, investing heavily and it is understood that should he leave, Ronaldo will want to stay in Europe.

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Offline ob

Re: Cristiano Ronaldo
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2017, 12:38:33 PM »
As long as we don't put bid in don't care

Offline Cardiff Blue

Re: Cristiano Ronaldo
« Reply #2 on: June 19, 2017, 04:36:42 PM »
I'm with OB on this - quite happy for me to spite my face but I do not want that twat at our club.

Offline Hepi

Re: Cristiano Ronaldo
« Reply #3 on: July 15, 2017, 09:59:13 PM »
I agree, until they mention our club I don't care