Manchester United's Dean Henderson left the club a few weeks ago, and the club has yet to find a replacement. However, according to the hard tackle, this is about to change. According to the report, the Red Devils are interested in FC Porto goalkeeper Diogo Costa.
The 22-year-old is represented by super agent Jorge Mendes, who is reportedly looking for a major move for the Portuguese. In addition to Manchester United, Atletico Madrid is interested in the youngster.
Meanwhile, by moving to Ligue 1, Ronaldo could renew his rivalry with Messi in La Liga. According to Sport Witness, Marseille is becoming a possible destination for the record goalscorer. In their report on Ronaldo, they quote Marseille legend Mamadou Niang, who is rooting for Marseille to sign Ronaldo. "We all remember Ibra’s impact when he arrived at PSG and reinvigorated the fans. Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival in Marseille would be good for the city and for the fans," said Niang.
"He’s an old player, but today he can perform, he can bring more on the pitch and in the locker room. When you have the opportunity to sign Cristiano Ronaldo, I think Longoria and McCourt should jump at the chance and at least give it a try. Last season, he had a complicated season with Manchester United. But we could see him at Juve. He was efficient and successful. I think the team would be stronger with Cristiano Ronaldo and that he will bring his experience. There is a need for it with the Champions League."
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