Atletico Madrid to offer Cristiano Ronaldo an exit from Manchester United

The summer transfer window is here and there’s a lot of gossip about who’s going where. Transfer Talk brings you the latest in rumours, rumours, comings, goings and of course deals done!

TOP STORY: Will Atleti Ronaldo leave?

Atletico Madrid are looking for an offer Cristiano Ronaldo following a departure from Manchester United Journalist Guillem Balague.

The 37-year-old Portuguese star was linked with a move from Old Trafford this summer amid concerns over his hiring and had previously been linked with Atletico, bitter rivals of his former club Real Madrid.

Earlier on Monday, sources told ESPN that United insisted on keeping Ronaldo despite growing concerns his desire for a move will become a negative influence in the dressing room.

Therefore, Diego Simeone’s side are believed to be keeping the door open for Ronaldo by exploring multiple options to land him.

Balague’s report states that Ronaldo is open to the idea of ​​joining Wanda Metropolitano and Simeone is keen to integrate him into the squad in the same way he did with Luis Suarez.

In June, Atlético President Enrique Cerezo said Ronaldo’s signing was “practically impossible”. But the LaLiga club could lean on their positive relationship with Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes to nudge him into it Los Colchoneros.

With Ronaldo not hiding his desire to leave United, Erik ten Hag appears to be making a decision as he balances his spirit in the dressing room with keeping the Red Devils’ top scorer from last season.

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PAPER GOSSIP

– Chelsea will pursue Frenkie deJong by the end of the summer transfer window, according to Sport. Thomas Tuchel has made the 25-year-old midfielder a key target and it is reported that the Blues are ready to match Barcelona’s €80m valuation to secure him. The Netherlands international has also been linked with Manchester United but there are hopes he could be persuaded to join Chelsea as the Blues can offer Champions League football this season.

Bernhard SilvaManchester City’s transfer fee has been estimated at £100million, according to The Athletic. Barcelona remain interested in the 28-year-old attacking midfielder but it looks like there are some valuation differences between the two clubs. City would be willing to allow him to leave if the right suggestion from the Camp Nou hierarchy arrives.

– There has been a lot of speculation Matheus Nunes this summer, but it looks like he will now join Wolverhampton Wanderers, according to the record. Wolves have reportedly agreed a deal with Sporting CP worth €45m plus €5m in bonuses. The 23-year-old midfielder has also been on West Ham United’s radar and has also been linked with Liverpool and Manchester City in recent months.

– Napoli want to take over midfielders from Tottenham Hotspur Tanguy Ndombele, reports Gianluca Di Marzio. The 25-year-old midfielder has been identified as Fabian Ruiz’s replacement and they are understood to have proposed a year-long loan deal that includes an option to make the move permanent for €30m. Ndombele contributed to six goals in 31 games last season.

– Sevilla are in advanced talks to sign Bayern Munich Tanguy Nianzou as the new central defender of the LaLiga team Fabrizio Romano. Having lost Jules Kounde (Barcelona) and Diego Carlos (Aston Villa) during the transfer window, Nianzou is seen as a priority signing for the Analusian side.

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Emma Bowman

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