Cristiano Ronaldo Man United Return Update; See If He Will Return To Training
The Times insisted that Ronaldo has asked the Red Devils to let him leave should they receive a ‘satisfactory offer’ in the current transfer window.
However, The Daily Telegraph claim that Man Utd ‘are in the dark over’ his return date after pictures emerged of him at the Portuguese national team’s training centre in Lisbon.
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The report adds:
‘And while the Premier League club insist they are sensitive to the genuine personal issues that have required Ronaldo to stay in Lisbon, there is no set date in place for his delayed return.
‘Sources claimed it was “unclear” when he will return at present, casting doubt over whether he will join his team for their pre-season tour of Asia and Australia, which leaves on Friday.
‘It effectively amounts to a case of “indefinite leave” for the United star, in the wake of the news that he wants to quit the club after less than 12 months.’
The Athletic continues:
‘The serious reasons for Ronaldo’s no-show are being debated in the industry and specifically the timing, described by some close to the club as “awful”. He knew United would not be in the Champions League in April but waited until July to communicate his intentions.’JAMB Result
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