Crazy Ball – Sponsors Manchester United are reportedly putting pressure on the club not to sell Cristiano Ronaldo this summer amid growing rumors about the Portuguese superstar’s desire to leave Old Trafford.
Indeed according to the hottest transfer news of recent weeks that the 37-year-old forward is determined to leave his club in this summer’s transfer window which has even seen him miss training and miss the pre-season tour. The Red Devils under the tutelage of Erik ten Hag.
It is reported that Cristiano Ronaldo wants to continue playing in the Champions League and is also unhappy with a 25 per cent pay cut due to Manchester United’s failure to finish in the top four standings.
Chelsea is widely touted as a favorite destination and even the latest news says that they are preparing a bid worth IDR 252 billion to bring the five-time Ballon d’Or winner to Stamford Bridge this summer.
But now Manchester United are under pressure from club sponsors not to sell Cristiano Ronaldo as the club is now reportedly open to selling the player, who is still under contract until June 2023.
According to reports mirrors, main sponsors of the Red Devils, who are believed to have helped finance the megastar’s weekly salary of IDR 9 billion per week but stronger reports put it at IDR 7 billion per week, are urging the club to keep the 37-year-old striker.
The financial partner seems to want to continue to take advantage of the huge commercial reach of Cristiano Ronaldo, who is known to be the most selling football player at the moment and he is even known as the human with the most followers on Instagram.