Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to stay at Manchester United this summer and will return to pre-season training at the beginning of July, despite reports he is ready to withdraw from the club.
daily portuguese sport register He claimed that Ronaldo wants to leave after just one season at Old Trafford because he fears new coach Erik ten Hag does not have the right tools to compete for titles, while he is also said to be frustrated with the club’s transfer window so far.
However, it is understood that the 37-year-old is expected to return to pre-season preparations once he returns from his summer break, which will be extended slightly due to his participation with Portugal in the opening three matches of the Nations League in June.
Report in a Spanish daily newspaper as such That Bayern Munich is interested in signing Ronaldo if Robert Lewandowski joins Barcelona is also off the mark, according to sky in germany.
Ronaldo is understood to not fit into Bayern’s transfer philosophy, while the club is still trying to persuade Lewandowski to spend the final year of his contract despite Barcelona’s €40m (£34.4m) bid for the Polish striker.
The first players to return to United’s Carrington training base on Monday will be those who have not taken part in international matches this month, while the rest will follow over the following week.
Ten Hag confirmed during his opening press conference at United that Ronaldo is part of his plans for the new season, and said he would contribute “goals” to his team.
United in the midst of rebuilding after allowing Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Edinson Cavani, Nemanja Matic And the Juan Mata to leave after their contracts expire.
United have yet to sign this summer, but the club are not panicking about their lack of transfer business and their focus is said to be on getting the right players at the right price.
The club has held talks with Barcelona over midfielder Frenkie de Jong, and they have also been linked with other players who have worked with Ten Hag at Ajax, including Jorian Timber and Anthony.
Eriksen chooses between Manchester United and Brentford
Christian Eriksen is understood to be deciding whether to join Manchester United or stay at Brentford, with United’s bid for the 30-year-old midfielder believed to be more financially lucrative.
Eriksen worked with Erik ten Hag when he trained with Ajax as part of his return to football after his horrific meltdown while playing for Denmark at Euro 2020, and re-joining as part of United’s anticipated new era has its attractions.
But sources close to the former Tottenham midfielder, whose short-term contract with Brentford expires at the end of June, say he and his family have settled in London and have reservations about moving to the North West.
Eriksen also wants to start every game to ensure his place in the World Cup in Denmark later this year, which is his priority after losing the Euros due to a heart attack in the first match.
De Jong and Martinez are among the list of goals. Wan Bissaka prepares to fight for the place
Manchester United continue talks with Barcelona over the signing of a midfielder Frenkie de Jong.
The two clubs are still separated in their assessments, but United are still hoping for a deal and there is a growing belief that the player wants to come and reunite with Ten Hag, who worked with him at Ajax.
They will not overpay and have other goals. The feeling is that if United “push” into a deal, they will play for Barcelona in terms of fees.
In the meantime, Ajax central defender Lisandro Martinez He is a player United are looking for.
He was a regular fixture under Ten Hag for the last three seasons at Ajax. It’s not currently a priority position, but with a possible departure, United are doing their due diligence in that area.
The club is also still interested in the Ajax winger Anthonyanother player Tin Hag knows and trusts.
Regarding the departure, talks are underway with Nottingham Forest about the goalkeeper Dean Henderson.
There is still no final agreement as United want an outright loan, while Forrest is pushing an option to buy next summer. There are also discussions about the portion of wages that each club will pay in the loan period.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka He is ready to fight for his place next season but is at the stage of his career where he wants regular first-team football.
A number of Premier League clubs are interested, but no official offers have been made.
United may consider suitable offers but all sides are comfortable with the situation as he has two years left on his contract. The club has an option for another year.
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