Foot OM – Cristiano Ronaldo at OM, McCourt’s Christmas present?

Little used by Erik ten Hag at Manchester United this season, Cristiano Ronaldo is likely to leave Manchester United in the winter transfer window.

Used primarily in the Europa League, Cristiano Ronaldo is nothing more than a substitute in the eyes of Erik ten Hag at Manchester United. A terrible downgrade for the Portuguese international, who did not have the favor of his coach to start the derby against Manchester City in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon (6-3). The divorce between CR7 and Manchester United is consummated, which in January will not detain the former Real Madrid striker. According to information transmitted by Diario GOL, Manchester United will do everything possible to separate from Cristiano Ronaldo in January, after the World Cup in Qatar, which the Portugal captain will play as an undisputed starter with his selection.

Ronaldo wants to join a C1 qualified club this winter

The Manchester United staff unanimously took the decision to leave Cristiano Ronaldo, a choice also validated by Erik ten Hag himself. For his part, the Portuguese is also in sight of the departure. And according to information from the Spanish media, Cristiano Ronaldo has already warned his agent Jorge Mendes that he wants to leave Manchester United to join a club still qualified in the Champions League for the second part of the season. Suffice it to say that it is likely that several rumors will flourish again, from Chelsea to PSG via FC Barcelona. Last summer, #RonaldOM terrorized Olympique de Marseille fans over rumors of the Marseille club’s interest in Cristiano Ronaldo. Madness could return to Marseille in January if OM qualifies for the round of 16 of the Champions League, a scenario still possible thanks to the success of Igor Tudor’s team against Sporting on Tuesday (4-1).

Longoria didn’t want Ronaldo last summer

At the microphone of Canal + a few weeks ago Pablo Longoria was still very firm on Cristiano Ronaldo’s voice at Olympique de Marseille. “The rumor about Ronaldo? No, she has never been in the pipes. We have a sports project in which we use the money available to try to improve. You can’t build a team around just one player. Having salary differences in a locker room is never good “ had entrusted Pablo Longoria before Marseille’s defeat on Tottenham’s lawn. It remains to be seen whether Olympique de Marseille will revise their position regarding a potential arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo if they qualify for the Champions League round of 16. One thing is certain, however, the Portuguese will be on the market. And for a ridiculous amount, given that his contract will expire six months later at Manchester United.

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