Cristiano Ronaldo at Inter. Yes, but say you love Me. David Beckham, owner of the MLS franchise, wants to persuade the Portuguese to leave European football to land in the United States. The former Manchester United star has already tested things out with Mendes and his CR7 entourage. The striker is certain to leave Old Trafford in January and is assessing every offer.
While awaiting an official decision from the English administration, it was coach Eric ten Hag – who was also the target of heavy criticism from the Portuguese – who stopped the end of Ronaldo’s second experience with the Red Devils shirt: the Dutch coach announced that the CR7 who had arrived in the meantime in Portugal as kick-off approached Qatar World Cup in Qatar, he will not play for his team again. So we are heading towards the early termination of Ronaldo’s contract, which expires in June. So far the interested party has hinted it wants to continue in Europe, still feeling competitive at the highest level. But today, the tabloid Sun reported on market crap that negotiations are already underway, for Ronaldo’s move to MLS, at Beckham’s Miami club. Former Spice Boy No. 1 target remains Lionel Messi, but Ronaldo would be a more than valid replacement if the Argentine made different choices.
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