SPORTS

Man United Finally Agrees to sell Ronaldo, Sets price as Chelsea Prepares First Bid very close to United’s asking Price.

Manchester United are finally ready to part ways with Portuguese Super Star, Cristiano Ronaldo following the pressure being mounted by the Player to depart Old Trafford.The past couple of days hasn’t been the Best for Manchester United and her fan as one of the club’s most valued Player is pushing for a move away from the club particularly due to unavailability of Top tier European Football Next Season.

Ronaldo who arrived at Old Trafford barely a year Ago was the team’s top scorer last season banging 18 league goals and 24 Goals in total across all Competitions. Despite his goals, United still Failed to secure top four spot and barely escaped the UEFA Conference League.

The Five time Ballon D’or Winner is now expected to exit the club as it’s now glaring that he doesn’t want to stay following his failure to resume training ahead of the team’s Preseason tour.

Napoli, Chelsea and Bayern are the three teams Cristiano Ronaldo have been Linked with but Bayern have decided to opt out of Signing the Former Juventus Man after a statement by the Club’s director, Oliver Kahn stating that the Player doesn’t fit into the club’s Philosophy.

”As much as I appreciate Cristiano Ronaldo as one of the greatest players, a move would not fit into our philosophy”. Kahn said while speaking to journalist Frank Linkesch.

Chelsea Football Club have now emerged as Favourites to sign the 37 Years as reports from Journalist Pete O’Rourke via Twitter Stated that Chelsea are preparing a bid of £14m for the Star Striker.

Another report From Portuguese Journalist, Bruno Andrade has confirmed that Manchester United have now succumbed to the pressure of selling Ronaldo and are willing to listen to offers From £15m for the player.

The tweet stated:

Cristiano Ronaldo: Manchester United has accepted the pressure and is willing to sell. It wants around 15 million euros (or 13 million pounds) to open negotiations with potential interested parties

Leave a Comment