Ronaldo Should Start In All United Matches

Although his presence on the turf does instantly make Manchester United amongst the facvourites for the Premier League title race, it seems odd that on some occasions CR7 hasn't been picked to start in all of the Red Devils’ matches.

This is a decision made by the manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and it is a controversial one. While the manager has a point when he says the 36-year-old football star can’t start in every single match.

RONALDO BOOSTS GOLDEN BOOT BID

Cristiano Ronaldo boosted his bid to win the Golden Boot Award in the Premier League at the end of the season with the first Manchester United goal during the late victory over West Ham United last weekend.

Portuguese national team skipper Ronaldo scored the Manchester United equaliser during the West Ham game to take his goal tally to four goals in three matches in all competitions and three goals in two Premier League outings. His first half goal cancelled out the opening goal from West Ham attacking midfielder Said Benrahma.

JUVENTUS IDENTIFY REPLACEMENT FOR WANTAWAY RONALDO

Italian giants Juventus have identified the man to replace star player Cristiano Ronaldo who's on his way out of the club. Cristiano Ronaldo has already communicated to the club that he wants to leave before the transfer deadline on Tuesday.

The Old Lady have turned to Everton attacker Moise Kean as the man to replace Ronaldo at the club as reported by Sky Sports Italia.

Everton forward Kean spent last season on loan at French giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG) but he's back with the Premier League club this summer. He has been involved with the Everton squad under new manager Rafael Benitez this season. Kean impressed while he was on loan at PSG last season.

‘RONALDO NOT A TOP THREE PLAYER'

Gary Lineker has sparked fury amongst the supporters of Juventus talisman Cristiano Ronaldo after he said the Portuguese international is not one of the top three players in the world.

Lineker took to his official Twitter handle to give his opinion on the top three players in world football as he tried to take the positives from the free transfer signing of Lionel Messi at PSG. The retired England international didn't mentionCristiano Ronaldo as one of the best three players in the world.

In the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo, Lineker mentioned KylianMbappe, Neymar and Lionel Messi as his top three players.

JESUS EYED AS RONALDO’S REPLACEMENT

Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus has been targeted by Italian giants Juventus as a replacement for star player Cristiano Ronaldo if he leaves the club for French giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG). Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with a move to PSG and Juventus have made plans in case the Portuguese international leaves the Old Lady this summer.

Cristiano Ronaldo has one year left on the four-year deal he signed when he joined Juventus in the summer of 2018. Brazilian international Jesus is the leading target for the Old Lady if he leaves for the Parc des Princes this summer. For now, his future in Turin is in doubts with reports claiming that the player is considering his future at Juventus.

JESUS EYED AS RONALDO’S REPLACEMENT

Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus has been targeted by Italian giants Juventus as a replacement for star player Cristiano Ronaldo if he leaves the club for French giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG). Cristiano Ronaldo has been linked with a move to PSG and Juventus have made plans in case the Portuguese international leaves the Old Lady this summer.

Cristiano Ronaldo has one year left on the four-year deal he signed when he joined Juventus in the summer of 2018. Brazilian international Jesus is the leading target for the Old Lady if he leaves for the Parc des Princes this summer. For now, his future in Turin is in doubts with reports claiming that the player is considering his future at Juventus.

RONALDO SET FOR JUVE STAY

Cristiano Ronaldo has informed Juventus officials that he wants to stay at the club for the new season according to the latest reports coming out of the Italian media. The specific report from GdS (Gazzettadello Sport) revealed that Cristiano Ronaldo will return from holiday on Sunday, July 25 and that the Portugal international has told his Italian club that he intends to stay with the Old Lady amidst the transfer rumours of a move away this summer.
It was reported that there has been contacts between Ronaldo and French giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG) over the possibility of a transfer from Juventus to the Parc des Princes and that the transfer is still a possibility.

UNITED KEEN ON RONALDO RETURN – REPORT

Manchester United are interested in bringing Juventus talisman Cristiano Ronaldo back to the club this summer according to the latest reports coming out of the Italian media.

The long-term future of Ronaldo at Italian Serie A giants Juventus is far from certain as he has one year left on his current deal with the club. When asked on his future at club level in a recent interview, Cristiano Ronaldo told reporters that his focus is on the ongoing Euro 2020 tournament.

Portuguese international teammate Bruno Fernandes is a key player for Manchester United and Ronaldo could link up with him at Old Trafford.

RONALDO WON'T SIGN FOR SPORTING - AGENT

Jorge Mendes has revealed that Juventus attacker Cristiano Ronaldo won't return to his native Portugal to play for recently crowned league champions Sporting Lisbon. Mendes is the agent of Cristiano Ronaldo and according to him, the Portuguese national team captain won't be joining Sporting Lisbon.

Ronaldo came through the ranks at Sporting Lisbon beforehe made his professional debut at the club. He moved to Manchester United from the club in the summer of 2003.

Mendes spoke to the Daily Record about the possibility of his client signing for Sporting Lisbon this summer. He said that Cristiano Ronaldo is proud of Sporting Lisbon and their achievement of winning the league title in the Portuguese top flight ahead of rivals Benfica and FC Porto before adding that the career path of the 36-year-old do not go through Portugal.

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