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Ronaldo Chelsea De Jong Man Utd

It’s Monday morning and Fabrizio Romano is back with his latest exclusive take on all the latest transfer gossip. Read on to find out the truth behind those Cristiano Ronaldo links with Chelsea, plus the latest on Manchester United’s pursuit of Frenkie de Jong, the situation with Neymar at Paris Saint-Germain, and a possible return to the Premier League for Bayern Munich star Serge Gnabry…

Cristiano Ronaldo lays out his demands amid contact with Chelsea

Cristiano Ronaldo wants to see more ambition from Man United. He didn’t mention specific signing names, but he believes that, having reinforced Man City, Liverpool but also Arsenal and Tottenham with top-level players, Man United need at least 3-4 important players as soon as possible.

Ronaldo admires and appreciates new manager Erik ten Hag, but he believes the problem is the level of the playing squad at Old Trafford.

What next for Cristiano Ronaldo?

So far, Chelsea have learned of this opportunity through a direct contact between Jorge Mendes and Todd Boehly but are focused on other priorities such as Raheem Sterling. For any signing of Chelsea, however, the approval of Blues boss Thomas Tuchel will be required.

In my opinion, Cristiano’s disappointment is understandable but I think he could still wait at least until the end of July before the final decisions to understand Man United’s real plan. Pre-season hasn’t properly got started, and we’re yet to really see Ten Hag’s plans for the team unfold.

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Manchester United’s risky Frenkie de Jong transfer approach

There’s been a lot of conflicting information written and said about Frenkie de Jong, but actually the situation is very clear: Barcelona have been negotiating with Manchester United for weeks and have an agreement on the €65m fixed fee, but not yet on the details of the €20m add-ons structure to reach the €85m total package. The negotiation goes on.

Man United have known for months that De Jong would like to stay in Barcelona and that he loves Barca, but his salary is an issue for the Spanish club that would require a salary cut. To date, a reduction of the salary appears to be “unlikely” on Frenkie’s…


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