Bayern Munich | Ronaldo U-turn possible? Expert leaves CR7 change to Munich open

Manchester United are once again miserable on the transfer market. For this reason, superstar Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave the English record champions again. FC Bayern has already rejected the Portuguese, but could possibly change their mind again.

Most of the Premier League’s top clubs have already done their homework on the transfer market. Both Manchester City and Liverpool FC have invested millions of euros in new stars in order to be able to duel at the top of the English league next season.

Because Manchester United is (once again) one of those clubs that is associated with almost every well-known player, but at the same time has not bagged a single top transfer, Cristiano Ronaldo has asked the Red Devils for approval.

CR7 consultant Jorge Mendes has long been privy to his client’s plans in this regard and has already held talks with a number of clubs – including FC Bayern, such as “transfer expert” Fabrizio Romano on his Youtube channel reported.

“He [Mendes] had a conversation with Salihamidzic,” explained the journalist. “But Bayern have confirmed that they are not interested in signing Cristiano. That was about seven to ten days ago,” Romano said in a video he released on Saturday.

Ronaldo agent seeks talks with FC Bayern

Munich’s rejection of the Portuguese was clear on the one hand, but it’s not set in stone. “Can things change?” Romano asked. “Let’s see what happens when Robert Lewandowski moves to FC Barcelona,” he left open a possible CR7 transfer to the Isar.

Currently, the “transfer expert” added, there is no contact between the Ronaldo camp and FC Bayern. The last conversation so far was between Salihamidzic and Mendes about a week ago. At that time, the Munich team announced that they did not want to sign a 37-year-old player. “But let’s see if the situation changes,” said Romano.

How does it go from here? The journalist is convinced that Mendes will again seek talks with potential CR7 buyers – including FC Bayern. “It will happen,” said Romano

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