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Cristiano Ronaldo To Manchester City Transfer In Advanced Stages (Details)

Manchester City are currently in talks with Cristiano Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes to complete his transfer, MySportDab reports. 

Ronaldo is now set for a sensational return to the Premier League.

Manchester City only want to sign the Portugal superstar on a free transfer but Juventus want £25m.

Ronaldo is also expected to accept a pay cut on his £500,000-a-week salary.

The new 2021-22 Champions League draw saw Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain paired in Group A.

If Ronaldo joins Manchester City, it will set up the prospect of CR7 facing rival Lionel Messi at the Etihad.

Juventus want to get Ronaldo off their wage bill, and the five-Ballon d’Or winner wants to leave Turin with 10 months left on his contract.

Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes offered him to Manchester City last week, but the deal only became a possibility after Harry Kane confirmed his Tottenham stay.

MySportDab understands that there is currently no final agreement yet with Juventus or the player.

Man City Coach Pep Guardiola is okay to end his transfer plans for this summer with no additions to his current squad. L

City already broke the British record to sign Jack Grealish for £100m.

Ronaldo’s representative Mendes held talks with Juve and City on Thursday before he travelled to Paris.

However, According to reports in Portugal, Ronaldo has already spoken with Guardiola and agreed personal terms with Manchester City.

Juventus are now in talks with the Premier League Champions to let him this summer.

PSG could also emerge as another option for Cristiano Ronaldo to play alongside Lionel Messi and Neymar if they sell Kylian Mbappe.

Right now, Ronaldo’s agent Mendes is struggling to find any other European club to afford his client.

Manchester United have been consistently linked with signing Ronaldo since he left Old Trafford for Real Madrid in 2009.

However, United have not made any offers to sign Ronaldo back this summer.

More to follow….

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