Cristiano Ronaldo in ANOTHER transfer rejection with old side Real Madrid having NO plans to sign Man Utd superstar
REAL MADRID are reportedly the latest big club to reject a move for Cristiano Ronaldo.
The 37-year-old ace sent shockwaves through the football world when revealing he wants to leave Manchester United this summer.
He dropped the bombshell after United failed to qualify for next season’s Champions League following a dismal campaign that saw the Red Devils finish in sixth spot.
Ronaldo wants to rub shoulders with the world’s best on Europe’s biggest stage and is keen to exit Old Trafford in order to do so.
Ronaldo’s desire to leave the Red Devils was confirmed by Piers Morgan, who’s been in contact with the winger, on Tuesday.
However, his route out of Old Trafford hasn’t gone to plan as many of the continent’s titans have ruled out a swoop for the Portuguese attacker.
Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes has tirelessly been trying to engineer a move away from United for his biggest client.
He initially offered Paris Saint-Germain the opportunity to snag Ronaldo but they declined.
Bayern Munich’s response was the same as PSG’s when they were contacted over CR7.
Reports claimed the Bundesliga Champions were considering a move for Ronaldo until their boss Julian Nagelsmann poured cold water on the rumours.
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Then there was Chelsea who were also linked with Ronaldo before they splashed £50million on Raheem Sterling.
And now, Ronaldo’s former club Madrid have also excused themselves from the running, according to Marca.
He spent nine glorious seasons at the Bernabeu after joining from United in 2009, amassing 446 goals and 131 assists in 436 games across all competitions.
But he won’t get the chance to repeat the feat as the La Liga side are not interested in adding him to their ranks.
Los Blancos have already splashed around £85m to bring in Aurelien Tchouameni from Monaco, along with ex-Chelsea star Antonio Rudiger, albeit for free.
And they’re focused on getting rid of some deadweight before jumping back into the market, the report adds.
Although when they finally do get the chequebook out, not a penny will be spent on Ronaldo who could be forced to stick it out with United if an interested party doesn’t come along soon.
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