Manchester United are pondering on how best to approach the Cristiano Ronaldo issue after the latter is reported by Daily Mail to have asked to exit the club this summer. This is a blow to the red devils who are already struggling to capture high profile set of players to sign this summer.
Despite links to De Jong from Barcelona who is valued at £70m as per Sunsport his not at Old Trafford yet. But they have made a step in getting other players as Tyrell Malacia. Has arrived for medical tests yesterday ahead of possible £13m move from the Feyenoord side.
However according to Sunsport the 37-year-old failed to report for pre-season training at Carrington training complex on this Monday. After the international players in this summer were as well accorded more break. Compared to non-international stars who reported last week for training sessions.
And as of today as well he hasn't reported for training and his in a report by Sunsport claimed to have asked for a permission to then delay making his return due to the family issues. The same publication claim, Chelsea's owner Todd Boehly is interested in signing him but will have to convince Tuchel over the same.
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