Thursday, July 31, 2008

Reports claim Ronaldo set to demand Real Madrid move...Fergie's transfer plans in turmoil?

According to the very latest news on the future of Cristiano Ronaldo, the player will travel back to Manchester next week and his agent has been quoted saying that Cristiano is still dreaming of a move to Real Madrid and it's "non-negotiable".

If Ronaldo does eventually move on then Fergie's transfer plans could be in turmoil given that any selling clubs will know that the club is cash rich and players like Berbatov will cost several million more. What's more, Arshavin who could potentially fill any gap left by Ronaldo but he looks set to move to Spurs. If United have anything about them they will make a move to delay the Russian moving to the North London club at least until the future of Ronaldo is finalised.

Unlike last summer, United have dithered in the transfer market and if they lose Ronaldo and they don't sign another top class forward then the Reds chances of winning more silverware next season will be significantly diminished.

There's no doubting Fergie has planned on retaining Ronaldo at all costs, this in itself was a huge gamble, let us hope it comes off for the manager in what will probably be his final season in charge of the Red Devils.


  1. Its wrong. Ronaldo never spoke to the paper. they just claimed he texted his agent who told Madrid what he was quoted as saying. They have tried this before and they tried it with Kaka last summer. Its all lies

  2. Fair enough, he can move when his contract expires in 3 years. If he gets what he wants then contracts mean nothing. Someone at United needs to grow a pair and let this guy know that nobody is bigger than the team. This whole episode is getting beyond a joke. Its disrupting the team to the extent if Chelsea get a fast start, the title will be over before October.


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