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Manchester United Reportedly Favorite to Sign Cristiano Ronaldo

The future of Cristiano Ronaldo is still uncertain with less than five days to the end of this summer transfer window. The player told Juventus through his agent, Jorge Mendes, on Thursday, August 27th, 2021, that he wanted to leave the Turin club.

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Manchester United seems to be the only club interested in signing their former player after Manchester City withdrew from the deal. The Cityzens wanted Ronaldo but wanted him for free, and Juventus was not ready to let the player leave for free.

Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in his press conference ahead of this weekend's Premier League game against Wolves, gave a hint that his club might have the last laugh as it concerns the signing of Ronaldo.

Ole confirmed that Ronaldo's teammate in Portugal, Bruno Fernandes, has been speaking to him about where he wants to play next, according to Talk Sport.

He also said he has good communication with Ronaldo.

I didn't think Cristiano was going to turn out leaving Juventus. It's been speculation this morning, speculation the last few days.

We have always had good communication. I know Bruno has been talking to him as well. He knows what we feel about him and if he was ever going to move away from Juventus; he knows we are here.

Transfer news expect, Fabrizio Romano also confirmed on his Twitter account on Friday, August 27th, 2021, that Manchester United has submitted a contract proposal for the Portuguese and his agent has received the bid.

He also added that Ronaldo is open and ready to join Manchester United. The Red Devils are reportedly looking at a one-year deal for the winger.

Ronaldo left Old Trafford in 2009, having won three Premier League titles and one UEFA Champions League. He also won his first Ballon d'Or award when he was at Old Trafford.

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