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Expert: Man Utd Will Not Be Able To Re-sign Mega Star This Summer

Manchester United will not be able to resign Cristiano Ronaldo this summer, despite the player being interested in a move and the Old Trafford club possessing the financial clout to make the deal happen, as reported by the Daily Star.

This is the opinion of Spanish footballing expert Guillem Balague, who is generally quite well informed about transfers in the Iberian nation.

Man Utd are reportedly very keen to bring Ronaldo back to his old stomping grounds.

There was a belief that the deal was possible, although it would take a huge cash incentive for Real to consider selling their star.

It was thought that a bid in the region of £80 million could tempt Real into selling, and that Ronaldo would join for a contract worth about £20 million in wages annually.

However, Balague is adamant that the switch will not take place, even if the financial terms could be agreed upon.

Balague said: “I know for a fact Real Madrid will not let Cristiano go this summer, no way.

“It doesn’t matter that Manchester United have the finances to get him, it doesn’t matter that Cristiano is thinking of coming back – Real Madrid won’t let him go.”


Man Utd Blow As £60M Mega Star Declares Happiness At Current Club

Manchester United have been dealt a huge blow in their chase for Cristiano Ronaldo, after the Real Madrid star admitted that he was happy to stay at the Santiago Bernabeu, as reported by the Daily Mirror.

The Old Trafford club have been repeatedly linked with a move for the stunning forward in recent weeks, with Ronaldo having recently suggested that he would like to return to Manchester before his career is over.

As a result, Man Utd fans recently chose to fly a banner over El Madrigal when Real visited Villarreal, with the hope that their message of ‘Come home Ronaldo’ would encourage their former star to return.

When asked by the press about his reaction to the banner, however, Ronaldo admitted he had seen it, but felt as though he was happy in Madrid and had no interest in moving away.

When asked if he had seen it, Ronaldo said: “How could I not see that plane? It flew past 10 times.”

“I always said that I have a family to Manchester but I’m good in Madrid.

“I’m glad of the affection that United fans have for me, it means that I have left good memories.”

Man Utd were believed to have put aside £60 million to facilitate Ronaldo’s switch.

2-Year Wait On The Cards For £60M Man Utd Mega Target

Manchester United will have to wait two years to sign their former star Cristiano Ronaldo, who is said to be particularly keen on a move to the Old Trafford club, as reported by the Manchester Evening News.

This is according to Spanish football expert Guillem Balague, who believes the star would move to return to the Premier League with the club where he made his name.

While he is said to be dreaming of a return to Man Utd, he will have to wait for another two years.

Apparently, Real Madrid will not even countenance the notion of selling him until he is 31 years old.

Having signed a new deal with the Spanish giants last September, Ronaldo has suggested that he might be willing to return to his former club in the near future.

This has caused a raft of speculation, with Louis van Gaal refusing to rule out a move, but Balague believes talk might be premature.

He said: “It is quite clear that Manchester United are letting all this continue because they are interested in Cristiano Ronaldo.

“Cristiano Ronaldo dreams and would like to go back to Manchester United. It’s just the timing which I think people are getting wrong.

“People want this to happen in January, if possible. It’s not going to happen. In the summer? I don’t think it’s going to happen.

“Real Madrid have got no intention whatsoever of selling Cristiano Ronaldo next summer.

“In two years’ time I would say yes, that is possibly the time when he will be 31 going on 32, for Real Madrid to say, ‘OK, if we can cash in on him, brilliant. He has done a lot for us, but that’s it, time to move on.’


“I don’t think it’s going to happen this summer. People will have to be a little bit more patient.”