Manchester United are “ready for solutions” from Cristiano Ronaldo’s camp concerning the Portugal worldwide’s future on the membership, in line with Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano.
The Portugal captain’s future at Previous Trafford has turn into a speaking level over the previous couple of weeks after widespread reviews claimed that he was looking for a transfer away from the membership and subsequently did not hyperlink up with the Manchester United squad throughout pre-season.
Ronaldo has been lacking from Manchester United’s pre-season tour due for household causes however it’s nonetheless not clear what the longer term holds for the 37-year-old.
There had been some options that Ronaldo may very well be in line to make a return to his former membership Sporting Lisbon, however Italian reporter Romano has now dismissed these claims, saying these rumours are “pretend information”.
Romano additionally supplied an replace on the present scenario surrounding Ronaldo at Previous Trafford, saying that Manchester United are nonetheless awaiting additional information from the participant’s representatives.
Writing in his column for CaughtOffside, Romano stated: “There’s nothing occurring with Sporting Lisbon – this story was a pretend information.
“The scenario has remained primarily the identical for the final 20 days – Cristiano desires to depart, Erik ten Hag waits to have a dialog with him to attempt to change his thoughts.
“Manchester United are ready for solutions from Cristiano to know when he can return to coaching, however Jorge Mendes retains engaged on options: Atletico Madrid, Bayern Munich and Chelsea have been approached however there aren’t any evolutions but.”
Ronaldo scored 18 targets and made three assists within the Premier League final season because the Pink Devils completed sixth within the desk to depart them enjoying within the Europa League subsequent time period.
It isn’t but clear whether or not Ronaldo will likely be again with the Manchester United squad when the Premier League season kicks off with a house conflict in opposition to Brighton on 7 August.