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The media celebrates, Carger and Neville quarrel, United claim "he is not for sale" and speculation is thrown into the air. CR7's request caused a stir

Goal: Champions League team.

Cristiano Ronaldo Festival in England

The media celebrates, Carger and Neville quarrel, United claim "he is not for sale" and speculation is thrown into the air (Napoli, Bayern Munich, Chelsea).

CR7's request to leave the Dream Theater caused a stir




Saturday, 02 July 2022, 23:18 Updated: 23:24

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Cristiano Ronaldo and his request to leave Manchester United tonight (Saturday) became the hot story in English football.

The 37-year-old Portuguese has a contract for another season at Old Trafford and the Red Devils' initial reaction last night was in this spirit: Ronaldo has a contract and it is not for sale.

Although the Portuguese scored 24 goals in all competitions last season (18 in the league, 6 in the Champions League), but Manchester United shuffled, again finished without a title and also remained without a ticket to the Champions League.

CR7 seems more frustrated than ever and it seems that the possibility of not playing in the Champions League just does not align with his desires.

So United may be "not for sale", but it may just be a strategy to make as much money as possible from his departure - and it's no small matter at age 37. On the other hand, Ronaldo's entourage told the English media that "he is convinced he has another 3- 4 years at the highest level of football. "

So what will be the next stop?

The first names thrown into the air are Chelsea, Napoli and Bayern Munich.

The Blues have been mentioned in this regard recently and accordingly there have been reports of a meeting between agent Georges Mendes and the Chelsea management in the matter of Ronaldo.

But in the coming days they will surely throw into the air more speculations that will have one main common denominator: every team that goes up in the context of CR7 is one with a ticket to the Champions League.

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Ronaldo (Photo: Reuters)

The story of Ronaldo also ignited a fire for the who-knows-how time between past players and current commentators, Gary Neville and Jamie Carger, who for the enjoyment of football fans in the kingdom (and abroad) tend to sting and clash.

Carger tweeted: "Ronaldo did exactly what I thought he would do, scoring goals and making Manchester United weaker. His request to leave also kills the idea that he was rejected by Manchester City last year because of his love for United."

Neville replied: "I understand, you are happy, but he can prefer United over City because he loves her more - and still ask to leave. He has left before and still loved the club. Enjoy Saturday night and your temporary success (Liverpool)".

Kager added: "City did not want him and you are the one who did not stop saying when he came back, that it was as if Elvis had arrived in Manchester! Elvis left the building."

Neville concluded: "A little less talk please."

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Source: walla

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