Manchester United puts tough conditions for the return of Cristiano Ronaldo

Italian press reports revealed that Manchester United management communicated with Jorge Mendes, the agent of Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo, regarding the return of Ronaldo (36 years) to his former club and the English Premier League in the upcoming summer transfer market, and stipulating that the deal could be completed by reducing the salary that Cristiano currently receives. With his club Juventus by half.

The Italian site, "Gartia Dello Sport", said: "The poor condition in which Ronaldo appeared, and his dissatisfaction with the sudden farewell of the Champions League with the loss last month against Porto, encouraged the management of Manchester United to contact the player's business agent, and to request the possibility of completing the deal, provided that the deal is reduced. The salary he is currently receiving, which is 27 million pounds sterling, has been cut in half. "

He explained: "The Juventus administration will be happy to get rid of the huge Portuguese star’s salary, especially with a year left to the end of his contract."

The site also indicated that Ronaldo's future is in doubt in staying in the Italian league, in light of the decline of Juve's chances this season to maintain its dominance in the "Calcio" titles for 9 years, because the team is currently 11 points behind Inter Milan, the league leaders with the remaining Six rounds to the end of the tournament.

"Gartia Dello Sport" concluded that Ronaldo's insistence on receiving a large salary could push him to stay with Juventus until the end of his contract, despite the Italian star feeling the lack of support provided to him this season in Italy.

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