Friday, May 20, 2011

Florentino Perez Offer Go to Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo

Perez is ready to wait for the arrival of Ronaldo bid.

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez seems ready to sell star Cristiano Ronaldo to another club in the summer transfer market, following a "disagreement" with coach Jose Mourinho.

Reported by the Daily Mail, Perez is ready to listen to every offer that came to recruit Ronaldo.

Ronaldo reportedly was arguing with Mourinho after the Portuguese star was disappointed and criticized the coach's style of play.

Los Blancos bring Ronaldo from Manchester United in the summer of 2009 with a transfer value of 80 million pounds. Perez agreed to sell the winger to gain significant advantages.

Reportedly the Red Devils is one of the destination club Perez. The president opened the opportunity for United to bring back their former player.

United chief executive David Gill had said earlier this season that funds more than 100 million pounds could be done to recruit pemian stars. In other words, Ronaldo had a chance of returning to Old Trafford.

Besides United, Manchester City reportedly also a target of Perez. However, recently, the management of The Citizens denied the rumors that said they would recruit Ronaldo.


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