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‘Right time to sell’: Spanish football expert says top Manchester United target could be on the way out of his club

CR7 - A beautiful freak of nature.


Who? GOD – a.k.a. Cristiano Ronaldo

Club: Real Madrid

Age: 30

Position: Forward

Who wants him? Manchester United, PSG

Who says? Sky Sports and Spanish football expert Guillem Balague says Real Madrid could cash in.

What do they say?

Balague says:

Madrid are thinking it is the right time to sell Ronaldo and to allow Bale to grow. We have seen only flashes so far of Bale, there is a lot of confidence in him and that is why they will keep him next season for sure.

Better than Best?

Better than Best?

soccersweep says:

What seemed like a remote prospect couple of seasons ago feels ever more likely. Real Madrid may be financially prudent and decide that it’s best to sell the player while they can still command a huge fee.

He is perhaps not indispensable to this team like he used to be and the emergence of Gareth Bale – who likes to play in the same sort of positions as CR7 – may tip the balance.

Manchester United would love to get Cristiano back and would perhaps be prepared to use much of the money that they made when they sold him for £80m in 2009.

He would certainly give Manchester United more attacking fluency and his physique is such that you cold easily imagine him playing into his mid-thirties.

He would be a hugely popular signing amongst Manchester United fans.

Likelihood? 7/10

Shall we see his highlights? Of course we shall. Never waste an opportunity to savour CR7’s highlights

Your shout: Manchester United fans – do you feel that this one is on?


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