Summit in Carrington to resolve the future of Portuguese
Cristiano Ronaldo is already in the Ciudad Deportiva of Manchester United . The Portuguese crack has arrived in Carrington accompanied by Jorge Mendes , his representative, to hold a key meeting with United managers with the idea of resolving his future.
Ronaldo wants to leave United . It is an open secret that the 37-year-old Portuguese is interested in changing teams. His idea is to play in the Champions League and he will tell Erik ten Hag today . The new United manager , however, does have Cristiano . In fact, he even hopes to convince him to change his position, which seems very complicated........
The presence of Jorge Mendes
And more so taking into account the presence of Jorge Mendes at the meeting, which has been interpreted as a declaration of intent. Waiting for him at Carrington were, among others, Alex Ferguson , Richard Arnold , the club’s chief executive.
Cristiano did not attend the Manchester United tour in the United States citing family problems, a situation that was understood as a turning point in his relationship with his club, where he arrived just a year ago and where he hopes to leave this summer.
a complicated market
Cristiano ‘s situation in the market is not easy. In fact, his range of possibilities has been shrinking in recent times. He wants to leave United to play in the Champions League and only a few clubs offer him that. Chelsea, Bayern and Atlético have been the destinations with which he has been most closely associated. All tough choices.
As MARCA published , right now no one can guarantee that he will sign for Atlético or that he won’t. There are many unknowns but also a reality: Cristiano has options to end up at Atlético. He loves Simeone and, if there are some conditions – lower salary and departure of players – the option is not impossible.
An assignment as a solution
Cristiano ‘s labyrinth has a possible way out with which they begin to speculate in England. Everything would go through an imaginative operation that would satisfy all parties. Ronaldo would go on loan and, in return, would renew his contract for one more season, extending his current contract from 2023 to 2024 . That would allow CR7 to play a year away and both parties would have the option of meeting again next summer.