Mourinho wants to sign Man United ace Cristiano Ronaldo

Fri 24 June 2022 | 19:55

Reports are shocking: AS Roma is doing "everything" to sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United.

After a disappointing season in which Man United didn't finish in the top four, there has been a lot of talk about Ronaldo leaving the team. He is reportedly ready to leave Old Trafford because the club hasn't made any moves to get him a new team this summer.

More reports say that the 37-year-agents old's offered him to

Bayern Munich

as the uncertainty about his future grew. Now, the Italian news site Retesport says that


is "doing everything" to get Ronaldo.

Fabio Petruzzi, who used to be a defender for Roma, told the outlet that he has heard from his old team that they are looking for the Portugal international. If Ronaldo moved to Roma, he would get to work with

Jose Mourinho

again, who was his manager at Real Madrid and is also Portuguese.


Tiago Pinto

, who is in charge of transfers, is also Portuguese and works at Roma. Last season, Mourinho's team came in sixth place in Serie A. Ronaldo has already had a successful time in Italy's top division.

He played for Juventus for three years, during which time he scored 101 goals in 134 games and won the Scudetto twice. Ronaldo left Turin, of course, to go back to

Manchester United

, where he scored 24 goals in all competitions.

Erik ten Hag has been hired as the new coach of the Red Devils ahead of the new season. According to reports, the Dutchman has talked to the five-time Ballon d'Or winner. Ronaldo said the following when Ten Hag was hired: "I know that (ten Hag) did a great job for Ajax and is a skilled coach because of that. We have to give him time, though. ​

"For him to get what he wants, things need to change. I hope we do well, of course, because if you do well, the whole city of Manchester will do well. I hope the best for him. "Not only as players but also as fans, we are happy and excited. I hope the best for him, and let's believe that we'll win trophies next year."

source: SportMob

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