Cristiano Ronaldo Says Goodbye to Juventus
After Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri announced Cristiano Ronaldo’s desire to leave the Italian giants, Manchester United joined rivals Manchester City in the hunt to sign the five-time Ballon d’Or winner on Friday.
“I spoke with Cristiano yesterday, and he told me that he has no intention of staying at Juventus, thus he will not be selected tomorrow.” He didn’t work out this morning,” Allegri said ahead of Juve’s Serie A match against Empoli on Saturday.
After missing out on England captain Harry Kane, Premier League champions City have been linked with a bid for the 36-year-old.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, on the other hand, has hinted that the Red Devils may make a late move to bring Ronaldo back to Old Trafford.
During his six years at United between 2003 and 2009, Ronaldo won the first of his five Champions League trophies and was named the world’s best player for the first time.
Solskjaer, who played alongside Ronaldo, stated, “Cristiano has been a legend of this club, he is a legend of this club, he is the greatest player of all time if you ask me.”
“I didn’t imagine Cristiano would leave Juventus,” he said. Of course, the last few days have been filled with speculation.
“We’ve always had a wonderful relationship. I’m sure Bruno (Fernandes) has spoken with him as well. He is well aware of our opinions about him. He’s aware that we’re here if he ever decides to leave Juventus.”
As they search for a replacement for Sergio Aguero, City appeared to be in pole position to land what would be the club’s greatest acquisition ever.
Pep Guardiola, on the other hand, insisted that any addition is “far away” and that he will be satisfied with his squad even if they do not add another striker before the transfer deadline on Tuesday.
“Cristiano Rolando, not Manchester City or myself, will determine where he wants to play.” “Right now, it appears to be a long way away,” Guardiola remarked.
“These are the players who make the decisions.” They come knocking, they call, and then there are things I can’t control. It isn’t my concern.”
After Lionel Messi joined Paris Saint-Germain earlier this month, City missed out on reconciling with former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola.
“On these two guys’ consistency, we can only say ‘thank you,'” Guardiola said of Messi and Ronaldo. “The Argentinean and Portuguese guys were fantastic in every single club; we will never see anything like what they did again.”
Ronaldo’s three-year tenure at Juventus is almost surely coming to an end, but the Italian club is reportedly seeking a transfer fee of around 25 million euros ($29.4 million) to sell him with a year left on his contract.
“He was here for three years, gave his all, made himself accessible to Juventus, and now he’s leaving.” “Life moves on,” Allegri remarked.
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