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Fabrizio Romano insists hes not aware of Manchester United misfitCristiano Ronaldo being offered to Real Madrid, despitetransfer rumoursto the contrary.
The Portugal international has struggled for playing time at Man Utd this season, and it seems inevitable that he will be shown the door at Old Trafford after his explosive interview with Piers Morgan.
Still, Romano doesnt seem convinced that a return to Real Madrid is on the cards right now, with Los Blancos not looking likely to make any signings during the January transfer window, as manager Carlo Ancelotti has previously made clear.
Ronaldo, however, could be a good short-term signing to help Real ensure they have cover for the injured Karim Benzema, who has just been dealt the blow of missing theWorld Cupwith France.
Ive seen reports from the Spanish press about Cristiano Ronaldo being offered to Real Madrid,Romano said.
Ill be looking into this, but at the moment I dont have this information about Ronaldo and Real Madrid, while Carlo Ancelotti has also stated many times that theyre not going sign players in January.
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At the moment, there are no negotiations ongoing we will see.
United fans will hope the Ronaldo saga can be resolved as soon as possible as its been such a big distraction for Red Devils manager Erik ten Hag in his first season in charge of the club.
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