Cristiano Ronaldo’s future is being discussed in Turkey for a long time. Recently, Galatasaray Istanbul is said to have been interested in football superstars. City rivals coach Fenerbahce has now commented on the Manchester United striker, who is said to be ready to replace.
“Yeah, I’m a friend of Ronaldo,” Jorge Jesus said of his Portuguese compatriot after a 6-0 league win in Casimpasa. “But he doesn’t want to come, he has other ideas. I don’t think he wants to play in any league other than one of the five big leagues,” the 68-year-old said. They do not yet know whether Ronaldo wants to stay at Manchester United. “But I know he won’t play for Fenerbas.”
After the Englishman’s unsuccessful start to the season, the 37-year-old’s future is once again hotly debated. United coach Eric ten Haag is set to sell Ronaldo in this transfer window, the Times reports. Atletico Madrid and Chelsea should remain interested in Ronaldo, as the newspaper “The Sun” wrote on Tuesday, citing a Sky reporter.
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