Real Madrid seems happy to let Cristiano Ronaldo leave their club, according to Sky Sports News’ Spanish football expert, Guillem Balague.
However, Manchester United have their doubts about making a potential move for the world-class attacker who’ll turn 33 in January.
For sentimental value alone, it’d be truly special to see Ronaldo back in Red Devils colours for a season or two. However, when it comes to business, it just doesn’t make sense to bring the Portuguese star back.
He’d probably cost more than what we sold him for ten years ago now, and for a man who’s best days are behind him, it just wouldn’t be a good deal for United.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner has given us some superb memories down the years, but United have moved on since then. The club needs to put their trust in younger players like Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford – who have been in excellent form this season.
With all that said, it certainly will be interesting to see where Ronaldo ends up if he does leave the Santiago Bernabeu. Perhaps the most well-equipped club is Paris Saint-Germain, but I wouldn’t be surprised if he ended up staying in Spain with Real.