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Ronaldo says he wants to play for the English giants – but if City want him, they can’t take him to Old Trafford as the player wants to stay at Old Trafford.
The Portuguese superstar spoke to La Sexta today after his agent Antonio Parrinello told Radio Marca that Manchester City had ‘no chance’ of offering 20 million euros to sign the striker.
‘RonalXO 카지노do wants to leave Manchester United and want to stay in Italy,’ Parrinello told Il Musciano. ‘He wants to go to Bayern Munich.’
Ronaldo has been in intensive treatment at the Santiago Bernabeu following a hip injury since he was shown a yellow card on the eve of last season’s Champions League knockout phase for clashing with Radamel Falcao on October 19.
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Former United player Carlos Tevez has suggested City could have made a bigger offer to sign Ronaldo this summer than they have so far.
‘Of course the answer is yes,’ Tevez told Radio Marca. ‘I still believe that United would have속초출장마사지 made an offer, but the other answer is yes.’
It would be a huge blow for United. The club had been considering bringing Cristiano out on loan to boost their ranks as Van Gaal’s replacement while they look to reinforce their back four under a new manager.
A transfer ban for Falcao is forcing the former Spain captain to train at Real Sociedad, despite only being on the playing field for a month because of a knee ligament injury.
Ronaldo has been ruled out for nine months after tearing his hamstring at his former club Internacional last year
Van Gaal will not be allowed to have Ronaldo on the books until December 2017
But with Sergio Ramos on a season-long loan to Real Madrid and Javier Hernandez still waiting for first-team football after leaving Carrington for €30million last summer, the Old Trafford hierarchy should have all the tools it needs to sign Ronaldo.