Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told Cristiano Ronaldo that he wouldn’t mind having him at Old Trafford amid Manchester City reports.
Reports have claimed that Ronaldo is destined to join Man City from Juventus. Several outlets in Portugal have claimed that the move to Etihad is a ‘deal done’.
Ronaldo reportedly left Juventus’ training ground 40 minutes after his arrival and has told the Serie A club about his desire to search for a new challenge. Juve’s boss Massimiliano Allegri has confirmed this to be true.
This has angered the majority of Manchester United fans, given the fact that the 36-year-old created some noteworthy moments while at the Threatre of Dreams.
According to Fabrizio Romano, Ronaldo’s agent, Jorge Mendes, has been talking to Manchester City over a potential move for the Portuguese star.
Speculations have it that the prolific forward has agreed personal terms with the other side of Manchester and will earn £250,000-a-week.
Many fans have wondered why Manchester United are not battling City for Ronaldo’s signature, despite Fabrizio Romano claiming Mendes had also contacted United about the Juventus star, and Solskjaer has claimed that United are available if he wants to leave the Italian side.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer opens doors for Cristiano Ronaldo amid Man City reports Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Cristino Ronaldo to Man City specultion: “We’ve always had a good communication. Bruno’s been talking to him as well and he knows what we feel about him. And if he was ever gonna move away from Juventus, he knows we’re here.
“Cristiano [Ronaldo] is a legend of this club, the greatest player of all time if you ask me. I was fortunate enough to play with him. I coached him when I got my job.
“Let’s see what happens.
“We focus on the ones we have here. Don’t want to speculate too much on him [Cristiano Ronaldo]. When you are at Manchester United you have to read a lot about yourself. Let’s see.”
He is an immense fan of the club since 2005. Miracle wonders where Man United would have ranked in the Premier League history if Sir Alex Ferguson wasn’t given enough time to rebuild the team.