Bang! MU is said to be ready to lend Cristiano Ronaldo, this Spanish League team is ready to accommodate

Posted under News On By Arkha

A new round of issues regarding the transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United ( MU ) has begun. The Daily Mirror reported that there was a possibility that Manchester United could release the Portugal national team player in the transfer market this summer.

Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford after hinting at his desire to play in the 2022/2023 Champions League, an opportunity United have missed.

The speculation opened up rumors linking him with moves to Bayern Munich and Chelsea. Incidentally these two teams both want to strengthen the front line.

United manager Erik ten Hag has consistently expressed his determination to keep the Portuguese superstar. But interestingly the issues keep blowing.

on loan Well, according to the Daily Mirror , Manchester United are open to letting Cristiano Ronaldo go on loan next month.

The condition is that the 37-year-old player activates the contract extension clause for 12 months.

This means that MU still wants to use the services of Cristiano Ronaldo in the 2023/2024 season, if they qualify for the Champions League.

New Fans
Along with this news, a new club emerged that was interested in the services of Cristiano Ronaldo. Is a Spanish League club, Atletico Madrid.

The Times claims Atletico Madrid are the new favorites to agree a loan deal for Cristiano Ronaldo.

Moreover, Atletico Madrid play in the Champions League. However, the opportunity to borrow CR7 will only open if they release Antoine Griezmann.

Still Dark
Manchester United, including Erik Ten Hag, hinted that when Cristiano Ronaldo would return to Manchester, it was still really dark.

In an interview with British journalists in Melbourne, Ten Hag said he had not spoken to Ronaldo since the club informed the player he could not join the pre-season tour.

However, Ten Hag confirmed that he was ready to collaborate with Ronaldo.

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