United gave Ronaldo the green light to go

Cristiano Ronaldo, one of Manchester United's most experienced footballers/photo: EPA-EFE/Peter Powell

Cristiano Ronaldo's time at Manchester United has come to an end after the Red Devils board gave the Portuguese the green light to leave the club.

After the summer transfer window began, Cristiano Ronaldo asked United to be sold to a team that will play in the Champions League, and his name was linked to many teams.

The player's agent offered the Portuguese to nine teams who rejected him (Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, PSG, Chelsea, Juventus, Milan, Roma and Inter), but United's management repeatedly claimed that Ronaldo was not for sale and that manager Eric ten Haag counts on his services.

But the first two matches in the Premier League in which United lost to Brighton (1:2) and Brentford (0:4) showed that The Hague does not see Ronaldo in the team.

Atletico Madrid is mentioned as a future club of Cristiano Ronaldo, whose coach Diego Simeone wants the Portuguese in his team. And Ronaldo, according to the English media, likes this idea because he would play in the Champions League with Atlético, and at the same time he would have the opportunity to show the president of Real Madrid, Florentino Perez, that he was wrong to sell him to Juventus in 2019. .

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