Jul 01, 2022
Cristiano Ronaldo told to snub Chelsea transfer interest and stay at Man Utd after talks over his future
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CRISTIANO RONALDO should ignore transfer interest to stay at Manchester United this summer, claims former striker Louis Saha.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner, 37, has been linked with a move to Chelsea following an underwhelming season with the Red Devils.2Ronaldo has been linked with a move to ChelseaCredit: Getty 2Saha has urged Ronaldo to stay at Man Utd despite transfer interestCredit: Getty - Contributor
His agent Jorge Mendes reportedly met Chelsea's new owner Todd Boehly in Portugal last week to discuss a potential move, but no formal offer has been made.
Ronaldo has 12 months remaining on his current Man Utd contract, but Saha has urged him not to consider a move at this stage.
When speaking to BonusCodeBets, he said: "It could go both ways, no one can guarantee anything apart from Cristiano. He’s the only one to answer that.
"It wouldn’t be the right move for Man United to let him go because he’s such a big asset.Read More in FootballGET YOUR GOSS Richarlison COMPLETES Spurs medical, Phillips to UNDERGO Man City medical
"I can definitely see him continuing to keep doing what he’s doing best, which is scoring goals and helping his club get back to where it belongs.
"He can still play a part under Ten Hag, not only by scoring goals, but with his stature.
"I’m sure the new manager will want to implement some new rules and new standards that fit with Ronaldo. Maybe not so much on the pressing side, but his work ethic and his desire to always be accountable.
"Performance-wise, Ronaldo is up there with the best, he’ll drive the players that need confidence, like Rashford.Most read in SportHAMMER TIME Thor Bjornsson calls out Tyson Fury for 600lb mega-fight after 'Hammer' tauntsBARING HALL Paige VanZant wows in near-naked camping pics after hanging out with Bryce Hall'MAGICAL S***' Mike Tyson reveals he was on magic mushrooms during fight with Roy Jones Jr'IT HURTS' NBA star Miles Bridges' wife shares graphic images of injuries after his arrest
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"It’s a new manager, new rules, new atmosphere and I’m very excited."
Man Utd endured one of their worst ever Premier League campaigns last season.
Club chiefs are hoping that the introduction of new boss Erik ten Hag will be a catalyst for change, but no signings have been made yet.
The Red Devils have been heavily linked with a swoop for Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong.Read More on The SunBUMPING ALONG My baby bump is so big people think it’s fake - giving birth terrifies me
A £56million deal plus add-ons has already been agreed with the Spanish giants, but the Dutchman reportedly wants to stay at Camp Nou.
Christian Eriksen has also been linked with a move to Old Trafford, but United face competition from Everton and Brentford for his signature.
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‘Right now it’s easier for him on the wing’ – De Bruyne tips Foden for new Man City position after hat-trick vs Man Utd
KEVIN DE BRUYNE has backed fellow Manchester City star Phil Foden to follow in his footsteps by becoming a top-class central midfielder.
Foden has been brilliant playing wide in a front three for Pep Guardiola's Prem champions since his senior debut in 2017.1City trio Phil Foden (right), Kevin De Bruyne and Erling Haaland have been too-hot-to-handle for Prem rivals so far this seasonCredit: Getty
The England star showcased his finishing prowess with a hat-trick in Sunday's 6-3 demolition of Manchester United at the Etihad.
Foden's return of 51 goals in 180 City appearances underlines Pep's belief that he is highly effective when given licence to attack.
But the 22-year-old made his name in City's academy as a central midfielder and has shone in that position for club and country.
And De Bruyne, 31, who is one of the best box-to-box players in the world, believes Foden will eventually start to dominate games from the centre of the park himself.READ MORE ON MAN CITYHAAL OF A FEAT Date Haaland will break Prem record... and it's more bad news for Man Utd
The Belgium star infamously failed to make the grade at Chelsea after joining from Genk in 2012 while trying to nail down his best position and find form.
De Bruyne said: "He [Foden] will improve because he's only 22 - and I know at 22 I wasn't the player that I am now.
"He's so good so it's trying to find consistency.
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“What is he good at? The better question is what is he not good at. He can play in a lot of different positions.
"I think eventually he will end up playing centrally but in this moment in time it is maybe a little bit better for him on the wing.
"He'll have more freedom and fewer instructions so he flows into the game and I eventually see him playing more centrally when he gets older and gets more stamina."Topics
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