Cristiano Ronaldo willing to take 30% pay cut to force Manchester United exit: Report

Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer saga has taken a new turn with reports suggesting the Manchester United star is ready to take a pay cut to move away from Old Trafford. The likes of Chelsea, PSG and Bayern Munich were all linked with a move for Ronaldo only for the deals to fall through. The Portuguese star has made it clear that he wants to leave the club this summer.

Will Cristiano Ronaldo finally leave Manchester United?

According to a Day star report citing Ben Jacobs, Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes is now making sure potential suitors know his client is willing to take a 30% pay cut to force a move away from Old Trafford. According to the report, Ronaldo is interested in joining Atlético Madrid, but the club is not willing to sign the Portuguese superstar. According to the report, the Man United star is willing to top up his £485,000-a-week salary to achieve this. In the current scenario, Ronaldo seems most likely to stay at Old Trafford.

The 37-year-old recently played down rumors of him joining his old club Sporting Lisbon, calling the news “fake”. Ronaldo began his journey to stardom at Sporting Lisbon and secured his signature at a very young age after his impressive performance for Manchester United. Ronaldo has also recently been linked with a move to Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich following the departure of Polish superstar Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona.

However, according to a Sport 1 report, Bayern’s sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic said in response to reports of Ronaldo’s transfer: “I have a lot of respect for Cristiano Ronaldo, his achievements and his career. But again, it wasn’t and isn’t.” problem for us,”.

Ronaldo Transfer News: Hilarious Man United Meme Legend From Russian Club

Russian football club Spartak Moscow interviewed Cristiano Ronaldo last week regarding his ongoing transfer saga. The club retweeted an old tweet they posted in 2021 with a screenshot of a chat with Argentina star Lionel Messi. While the screenshot shows the team texting Messi, “Hi Leo!”, it goes on to show Messi texting him back with a plain no. The club shared a spoof screenshot with a text from the Portuguese giants that shows they answered with a simple no.

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