Cristiano Ronaldo has not yet guaranteed continuity at Manchester United for the next season. After being appointed to Bayern Munich, a possibility however denied by the German club, the Portuguese ace was mentioned in the United States.
The British newspaper “Daily Star” claims that David Beckham, Real Madrid idol and one of the owners of Inter Miami, in the United States, explored the possibility of hiring the Portuguese star for the MLS.
However, the former England player has not moved forward in the negotiations after a source at the Old Trafford club said Cristiano Ronaldo is not for sale.
In addition to the qualities still proven by the Portuguese, Beckham intended to take advantage of CR7’s image and thus give greater media coverage to the project he heads. The 37-year-old had already been appointed to Inter Miami earlier this year.
According to the English press, Cristiano would be dissatisfied with the Red Devils’ apathy in the transfer window and is considering taking a new course. However, Dutch coach Erik Ten Hag wants to count on the ace for next season.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored 18 goals last season in the Premier League, surpassed only by Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) and Son Heung-min (Tottenham), with 23.