Cristiano Ronaldo will not be joining Manchester City after a hoax circulated about him, due to signing for the blues. Reports started increasing after Harry Kane decided to stay at Tottenham, over the last 24 hours many reports considered Ronaldo to be becoming a City player.
Recently, Pep Guardiola was interviewed by CNS in which he said that only Ronaldo will decide where he wants to play, other than the Blues. Pep told the press that any transfer is “far away” with only four days remaining for the transfer window. The press conference cleared all the hoax and it is clear that Ronaldo won’t join Manchester City. The drafting of new players will happen in Manchester City.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told the press that the doors of Manchester City will always stay open for Cristiano Ronaldo. Meanwhile, Juventus confirmed that Cristiano Ronaldo has asked to leave. According to various interviews, Ronaldo was asking for initial sticking points and the price set by Juventus. Ronaldo supposedly asked for $24 million dollars. Being one of the greatest footballers ever, Cristiano Ronaldo can surely ask for a huge amount while drafting.
The whole controversy of Ronaldo transferring started and ended within 24 hours only. The basic transfers in the football world, take around 2-4 months to draft new players. The rumors have created a fuss about Cristiano transferring, and so if we look at “potential teams” who can draft Ronaldo can be –
- Manchester United
- Paris Saint-Germain
- Juventus( again)
- Manchester City
Pep Guardiola is not ready to leave Manchester City until his contract expires in the year 2023. After continuously bossing around for 7 years, he wants to win another international trophy. Pep also has ambitions to be a coach to an International Team. As reported by ESPN, he continuously attends Zoom calls with XP Investimentos events to get drafted as a coach.
After all this, Pep told ESPN that “After seven years on this team, I think I’m going to have a stop. I’m going to have to take a break, see what we’ve done. And in the process, I would like to train a South American [team], European [national side], playing a Copa America – I want to have that experience.”
Cristiano Ronaldo will reportedly re-join Manchester United.