Cristiano Ronaldo ended a run of six matches without scoring in Tuesday’s win over Brighton and Hove Albion, but the Manchester United forward’s future remains uncertain.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner’s second spell at Old Trafford has not gone quite to plan and a number of European clubs are said to be circling should he depart.
If reports are accurate, it may well be that a reunion with former boss Jose Mourinho is on the cards for Ronaldo in the coming months.
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Roma are one of three clubs currently in the running to sign Ronaldo should he depart United in the next transfer window, according to The Sun.
Giallorossi boss Mourinho previously managed Ronaldo at Real Madrid and is eager to bolster his squad with a superstar signing.
However, it is not known if the 37-year-old would welcome a return to Serie A, where he previously spent three seasons playing for Juventus ahead of rejoining United.
European heavyweights Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are reported to be the other two sides to have expressed an interest in Ronaldo.
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– Fabrizio Romano claims Chelsea are now solely focused on signing Jules Kounde from Sevilla after being told that top defensive target Marquinhos will not be sold by PSG.
– According to The Sun, Armando Broja‘s form on loan with Southampton has seen the Chelsea youngster’s name added to Bayern and Borussia Dortmund‘s list of targets.
– Manchester City have bid £5.5million (€6.5m) for Atletico Mineiro‘s teenage winger Savio, suggests The Guardian, with the intention of then loaning him out to PSV.
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– Juan Mata will depart United as a free agent at the end of the campaign, claims Nicolo Schira. The midfielder may look to see out his career in his Spanish homeland.
– Ralf Rangnick is eager for United to bring in Christopher Nkunku from RB Leipzig, according to ESPN. Madrid, Liverpool, Man City and Arsenal have also been linked.
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