Cristiano Ronaldo asks to leave Manchester United if club receive 'satisfactory offer' 1 month ago

Cristiano Ronaldo asks to leave Manchester United if club receive 'satisfactory offer'

His decision is driven by a desire to play in the Champions League for the remainder of his career

Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly asked to be allowed to leave Manchester United should the Red Devils receive a satisfactory offer in the transfer window.

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As reported by The Times, the Portuguese international's decision is driven by a desire to play in the Champions League for the remainder of his career.

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Ronaldo thinks he has 'three or four years' left at highest level

The 37-year-old believes that he has 'three or four years' left at the highest level, and is keen to spend the next few years at a club where he has the chance to add to his team and individual achievements. Ronaldo no longer see his future being at Old Trafford given the current state of the Red Devils.

According to close friends, Ronaldo's respect and affection for the Premier League clubs remains as strong as ever. However, as well as wanting to move on for sporting reasons, United's No 7 is thought to be keen on a transfer after a difficult period for his young family.

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Bundesliga, Premier League and Serie A clubs all linked with Ronaldo

Bayern Munich and Chelsea have already discussed the possibility of signing the former Real Madrid man, with the Blues' co-owener Todd Boehly having met with representatives, Gestifute, last month. The report adds that a return to Serie A is also a possibility.

Ronaldo, who has scored over 800 official senior goals for club and country, has won five Champions League crowns and seven domestic League titles during his career. He finished as the Premier League's third highest scorer last season after grabbing 18 top-flight goals.

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