Mercato: Cristiano Ronaldo pushes for his departure, Jorge Mendes contacts Naples and Milan, OM among the suitors?

Will Cristiano Ronaldo get his way? Eager to (re) pack his bags, just a year after his return to Manchester United, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner is waiting for Jorge Mendes, his agent, to find him a way out. On one condition sine qua non: his future team must compete in the Champions League. According to Gianluca Di Marzio, transfer window specialist for Sky Italia, the closest collaborator of “CR7” goes around the clubs to offer his services.

In Italy, for example, contacts would have been relaunched with Napoli. Mendes’ idea is to bring in a €100m offer for Victor Osimhen, who is also of interest to United, to free up a spot for Cristiano. Bayern Munich are also said to be interested in the Nigerian striker. But the transalpine club does not really intend to part with it, except “indecent” proposal. “More than an idea of ​​Naples, it is a strategic plan of Mendes“, specifies the journalist, who indicates that everything remains in the field of “suggestion“.

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Still in Serie A, Cristiano Ronaldo would have been offered to AC Milan. Jorge Mendes, also Rafael Leao’s agent, would have liked to send the latter from the Lombard club, and place CR7 there in stride. But the Rossoneri were clear: the best player of the last season in the Italian league, who has a clause of 150 million euros, is not for sale. As a result, a new door closes in the face of the Mancunian.

Gianluca Di Marzio provides a final clarification on his site: “Mendes didn’t just speak to these two clubs: among the various hypotheses of the last few weeks, all over Europe, there are also clubs like Chelsea, OM and Sporting CP.” The DailyMail also confirms that the idea of ​​a return to the Portuguese club is a reality. Regarding Marseille, Pablo Longoria denied this possibility.

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