According to English press reports, Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo may leave Manchester United this summer to enter a new experience in the Italian League, after his first experience in the “calcio” with Juventus.
According to reports, the Portuguese star does not fit the style of football that the new Dutch Red Devils coach Erik Tenhag wants. In addition, Manchester United will not play in the Champions League next season, which does not suit Ronaldo.
The British newspaper also stated that Ronaldo’s next destination may be the Italian club Roma, noting that Ronaldo and his former coach at Real Madrid, his compatriot Jose Mourinho, may meet in Rome thanks to Eric Ten Hag.
The newspaper also indicated that Mourinho is currently working as a coach for Roma and led the team to glory by crowning him last month with the “Conference League” title.
The newspaper also indicated that Ronaldo has good memories of playing under Mourinho, and hopes to take advantage of his relationships to find a way to escape from United.
The British newspaper also confirmed that Jorge Mendes, Ronaldo’s agent, has already begun the process of searching for a new team for his client, and is currently studying the options available to him, and Roma is emerging as one of the candidates for the Portuguese star this summer.
Ronaldo, 37, joined Manchester United last summer from Juventus, and “Don” was chosen at the end of this season as the best player in Manchester after scoring 24 goals in all competitions. Reserve your ticket to participate in the Champions League next season.
It is reported that Ronaldo’s contract with United extends for the next season, with a clause to extend it for an additional year.