Man Utd: Ronaldo wants to leave club over inability of Erik Hag to sign new players
Manchester United forward, Cristiano Ronaldo is considering his future at the club due to their lack of successful transfer activity, according to Record.
Ronaldo returned to Old Trafford last summer, 13 years after leaving for Real Madrid.
Although he netted 24 times in 38 games in all competitions, United could only finish sixth in the Premier League.
The 37-year-old’s current contract runs out next year. Ronaldo and new manager Erik ten Hag have spoken with excitement about next season after the Dutchman implements a squad rebuild.
But despite interest in Darwin Nunez, who has joined Liverpool, Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong and Ajax winger Antony, United are still yet to make a single signing.
A frustrated Ronaldo is now ready to quit the club again due to their apparent lack of transfer ambition.
And the former Sporting Lisbon and Juventus superstar has reportedly issued the club an ultimatum – “up your game or i”ll leave.
Juventus moves to sign Paul Pogba- Sky Italia reports
Juventus have reached an agreement in principle to sign Paul Pogba, according to Sky Italia.
Pogba is a free agent after leaving Manchester United this summer.
It is believed that small details of the contract are being sorted out. It will either be a four-year contract or a three-year deal with an option for a further year.
Pogba will officially sign the contract at the start of July.
The move to Juventus would mark a return to a club where Pogba spent four years before rejoining United in 2016.
Manchester City also made a bid to sign Pogba from their bitter rivals, but the player opted against it and has now gone back to Italy.
Inter Millan: Move to sign €6M contract agreement with Dybala, PSG wabt a new coach before buying Skriniar
Inter have got a €6 million contract agreement in place with Paulo Dybala whilst Paris Saint Germain want more time to complete the Milan Skriniar deal, according to a report in the Italian broadcast media.
Speaking whilst on the Twitch channel of Corriere della Sera, via FCInter1908, journalist Guido De Carolis outlined the situation surrounding two players at the centre of the Nerazzurri transfer window.
Paulo Dybala has long been linked with a move to Inter on a free transfer and many have reported recently that he does not actually have an agreement completely in place with Inter.
This report claims that it is in place and it is for €6 million per season as well as some bonuses for four years.
The situation with Milan Skriniar’s move to PSG was discussed and it seems that the French side want to appoint a new coach before they up their offer for the Slovakian.
Chelsea Transfer News: Keen on signing 28 year Belgian winger
Chelsea’s list of transfer targets seems to keep growing, now that the Blues are more focused on the transfer market following their backroom reshuffle. A winger is definitely on the agenda at SW6 and Atletico Madrid’s Yannick Carrasco is the latest name that has emerged on that front.
According to Spanish Chelsea have “knocked o Carrasco’s door to explore the possibility of a move this summer.
The Blues are not the only club vying for the 28-year-old, with Manchester United also keeping a close eye. Atletico boss Diego Simeone has apparently advised the club’s hierarchy to not entertain any offers for Carrasco, regardless of his list of suitors.
Although Carrasco is not pushing for a move, it is believed that the general feeling between him and his entourage is that the player is not paid enough in comparison to the current standards of the football market.
Carrasco had 6 goals and 7 assists in 44 appearances for Atletico last term and since returning from his spell in China, the Belgian has re-established himself as an integral part of Simeone’s plans.
Chelsea also have Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling in their mind, so in case an agreement is reached for the England superstar, a big-money move for another winger will not seem likely then.
Paul Merson has just named Andy Robertson as Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp’s fifth-best signing since he took charge of the Reds back in 2015.
Appointing the German as the club’s manager is arguably the best decision Liverpool have made since the turn of the century. Klopp has truly revolutionised the Reds and has made them one of the best in the world now.
One of the biggest reasons why Klopp has been so successful at Liverpool is the recruitment. Most of the club’s signings, especially since 2017, have turned out to be excellent buys.
Robertson, who joined the Reds for just £8 million from Hull City five years ago (BBC), is arguably the best bargain they’ve secured.
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Lolo Ijeoma Njoku Obinwannem News Writer / June 24, 2022