What is the suitable price for Cristiano Ronaldo – Club owner ask Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo Sporting Manchester United
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Reports broke out on Saturday that Cristiano Ronaldo has asked to leave Manchester United this summer.

According to The Times, Cristiano Ronaldo asked to leave Manchester United if the club receives a suitable offer for him.

The 37-year-old has reportedly made the decision due to his desire to play Champions League football for the remainder of his career.

Co-owner of National League side Wrexham, Rob McElhenney, has made a cheeky bid to try and secure the services of Ronaldo next season.

McElhenney has jokingly asked what it would take to sign Ronaldo from Manchester United this summer.

Responding to a tweet saying: “Cristiano Ronaldo has asked to leave Manchester United if they receive a suitable offer this summer,” McElhenney replied with “define suitable”.

What would quantify a “suitable offer” for Manchester United is up for debate, given the club would be losing one of the game’s all-time greatest players.

However, Wrexham aren’t to be considered as serious bidders for Ronaldo.

Meanwhile, Manchester United are making progress in the club’s bid to sign Denmark international midfielder Christian Eriksen.

According to Daily Star, Manchester United have held several rounds of “positive” talks with Eriksen and are confident of signing the midfielder.

The report also adds that Manchester United have offered Eriksen a two year contract worth £150,000-a-week and expect the midfielder to move to Old Trafford.