Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo is unlikely to join Bayern Munich, Chelsea or Atletico Madrid in the upcoming transfer window, according to transfer insider Fabrizio Romano.
What is the latest news involving Ronaldo?
After Man United’s season was halted for the World Cup break, Ronaldo gave a bombshell interview on Piers Morgan Uncensored, claiming that he felt “betrayed” by the club for their recent treatment of him.
It comes at a time when there were already issues surrounding the Portugal international’s future at Carrington, as manager Erik ten Hag has previously dropped him from the squad for refusing to come on as a substitute against Tottenham Hotspur.
The club are yet to act on his behaviour, citing the need to establish the full facts before they take any measures, but the 37-year-old’s future at the club is definitely up in the air, particularly considering the fact that he also criticised the manager, saying that he has “no respect” for the Dutchman.
What has Fabrizio Romano said about Ronaldo?
With rumours swirling about a move away from Old Trafford for Ronaldo in January, in light of his comments, Fabrizio Romano has delivered his verdict on why he will not be moving to three potential suitors, telling GIVEMESPORT:
“Bayern, with their directors insisting many times in the last few weeks that they are not going to sign any player in January. Chelsea are busy with different kinds of players like Christian Nkunku and many others. We know that Atletico Madrid, with Diego Simeone, have already stated that they are not going to go for Cristiano Ronaldo.”
Should Ronaldo be sold?
The ability of the Portugal captain has never been in question, however due to his latest comments, it is best for both parties if he seals a move away from the club.
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If the manager was to allow him to stay, in spite of what he has said about him, it would set completely the wrong example about the club’s standards, while the former Real Madrid man has made it clear that he does not enjoy working under him, so it makes sense for him to go elsewhere.
Ten Hag’s men have proven that they are able to cope without the star, who weighed in with 18 goals last season, and they often fare better when he is not in the side and younger options like Marcus Rashford and Anthony Elanga are given more opportunities, as highlighted in the 2-1 win against Fulham at the weekend.
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