After Cristiano Ronaldo announced that it reached no agreement to extend the contract with Real Madrid, the press in England speculated that the player could leave the team from the capital of Spain this summer.
“All news about contract extension with Real are false,” said Ronaldo in a message posted on his Twitter account yesterday.
Manchester United expect only a sign to try to bring him back at Old Trafford, and the announcement made by the Portuguese may be that clue.
But the Real Madrid star was disappointed that Sir Alex Ferguson retired at the end of this season, he wishing for a return to Old Trafford to work with the man who turned him into a class player. The two have remained very close after the departure of Ronaldo to Real for 96 million euros in 2009.
Now United bosses have sent to Ferguson that will try to make the Portuguese to believe in the new project of the Red Devils, even if on the bench is David Moyes.
The grouping from the Premier League is willing to pay 75 million plus plus a player to obtain Ronaldo’s signature, but if necessary will offer only a big sum of money.
But the whole business spins around Gareth Bale. If Ronaldo will stay at Real, then those at United are prepared to pay 100 million euros for the transfer of the Welsh footballer, and if Bale will be transferred to Real, it will be easier to achieve the return of Ronaldo at Old Trafford.