Cristiano Ronaldo ‘has offered himself to former club Real Madrid for six months to deputise for injured Karim Benzema'… as Man United look to cut ties with wantaway forward after he hit out at the club in explosive interview
- The 37-year-old accused the Red Devils of betraying him in a tell-all interview
- Ronaldo has now offered himself to the Spanish giants on a six-month contract
- He wants to return to the Bernabeu as a replacement for Benzema in January
Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly wants to end his Manchester United nightmare and make a stunning return to Real Madrid.
The 37-year-old accused the Red Devils of betraying him in a tell-all interview with Piers Morgan last week.
And amid the fallout of the interview, Ronaldo has now offered himself to the Spanish giants on a six-month contract, according to Sport.
Cristiano Ronaldo ‘wants to return to Real Madrid to deputise for injured Karim Benzema'
The Spanish outlet claim Ronaldo wants to return to the Bernabeu as a replacement for the injured Karim Benzema in January.
The Ballon d'Or winner was forced to pull out of France's World Cup squad after picking up a thigh injury.
Man United are looking to terminate Ronaldo's contract seven months early without paying any of the £16million he is predicted to earn by June 2023.
Ronaldo carried out an explosive interview slamming Manchester United earlier this week
The club believe Ronaldo has violated his terms of employment with his criticism of the club's US owners, manager Erik ten Hag, the club's facilities, his teammates and former Red Devils players including Wayne Rooney and Gary Neville.
Ronaldo is expected to be involved for Portugal against Ghana in their World Cup opener on Thursday.
There have been concerns that such scrutiny over his future and the fallout from his interview may act as a distraction from his World Cup campaign.
United are looking for a way to terminate Cristiano Ronaldo's contract without a legal battle
Cristiano Ronaldo returned to training on Saturday ahead of Portugal's World Cup campaign
However, the Portugal captain was keen to stress he is focused on trying to help his country win the World Cup.
On Instagram he posted: ‘Good energies, good feelings, the same commitment and the same concentration that we put into each challenge.
‘Focus! Determination! Belief! Wherever we are, Portugal, always!'
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