Cristiano Ronaldo’s proposed move to Juventus has taken a new twist with Manchester United submitting a £79million ($104,954,818.00) bid for his return to Old Trafford.
The Real Madrid’s legend has strongly been linked with Juventus by different outlets since last week, with Mediaset reporting that Ronaldo’s move to Juve looks closely done and he’s set to take Juan Cuadrado’s number 7 shirt.
However, Spanish outlet Diario Gol report that Man United may have an opportunity to hijack the deal if they submit the right offer Real are considering to accept for the Portuguese transfer.
The new twist in Ronaldo’s transfer as per Diario Gol report, claims the Los Blancos president Florentino Perez wants a player in exchange for Ronaldo.
The Spanish outlet mentioned Juve duo Miralem Pjanic and Paulo Dybala are lined up by the Real president, with Dybala looking like a possible replacement for Ronaldo.
These two are big names for Juventus, however, so this transfer won’t be an easy task for the Los Blancos, though the Spaniard is claimed to be a deal breaker.
We all wait to see whether United can now take advantage of this situation and come up with an improved offer Real can accept this summer.
The United faithfuls we all be eaget to see their former player return to Old Trafford, as Ronaldo himself would be open to a return as well.