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Cristiano Ronaldo wants to terminate his contract with Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo wants to terminate his contract with Manchester United

The team around Cristiano Ronaldo received new food. In England, the star is reported to want to end his current working relationship with Manchester United.

Cristiano Ronaldo He appears to be igniting the next level in poker exit with Manchester United. According to the Daily Mail, the 37-year-old has told his current club that he wants to terminate his contract in order to make a move this summer on a free transfer.

However, the Red Devils continue to hold the view that Ronaldo is by no means for sale – so an early termination of the England record champions’ contract, which is still valid until 2023, is not an issue. There is currently no concrete request or offer for Ronaldo.

The star has been back in Manchester since Tuesday after canceling his pre-season tour due to family reasons. Ronaldo underwent mandatory medical exams and trained on Wednesday before watching his teammates play Wrexham in a friendly match.

No team wants Cristiano Ronaldo

Jorge Mendes was also present at the last exchange. Ronaldo’s advisor works a lot these days, offering his powerful clients any big club. Without success: No club has been bitten so far, which has something to do with Ronaldo’s high salary of €29 million.

Ronaldo reportedly wants to give up 30 per cent of his current income to make the move. Even if he was willing to give up, there would still be over 20 million left after the discount.

United coach Eric Ten Hag, who has repeatedly emphasized that selling Ronaldo is not a problem, said of the first exchange: “It was a good meeting, but everything remained between me and Cristiano. But I can confirm that the exchange was really good.”

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