Amid his surprising request to leave Old Trafford in the ongoing summer transfer window, Portuguese superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo could be now poised for his desired exit with Premier League giants, Manchester United reported to be ready to sanction his sale.
According to the latest reports from Portuguese Journalist Bruno Andrade (via Simon Phillips), the Red Devils have accepted their fate of potentially losing the star forward and are now willing to listen to offers from interested parties with them hoping to bag around €15million (£13m) in the touted transfer.
The Red Devils' change of stance could now sound great news to their close rivals, Chelsea who have been linked with a potential swoop for the five-time Ballon d'Or winner after the club's new owner, Todd Boerhly held a transfer meeting with the player's super agent, Jorge Mendes few days ago.
Also, the Blues are understood to be already preparing to submit an official £14million bid to the Erik ten Hag's side for the prolific scorer, a figure which is high above their request and hence, it remains to be seen how things will turn out.
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