Real Madrid Reject Signing Cristiano Ronaldo From Manchester United In January

Cristiano Ronaldo Offered Real Madrid A Short-Term Deal

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As reported by Spanish publication Sport, Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo has been offered to Real Madrid on a short-term six-month deal amid concerns over Karim Benzema’s wellness issues.
As we all know, Ronaldo's future at Manchester United is now in serious trouble, with the club considering ending his contract after his explosive interview with journalist Piers Morgan.
The Portugal international's representatives are reportedly discussing with Real Madrid chiefs a six-month contract. Karim Benzema's new thigh injury on international duty has paved the way for another “coming home” reunion from Ronaldo.

Real Madrid Pass Up The Chance

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According to reports in Spain, Real Madrid have actually said no to the chance to sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United in the January transfer window.The Los Blancos refused the opportunity to re-sign Ronaldo in the summer transfer window as they were offered by the forward’s agent Jorge Mendes.
According to Marca, Madrid have adopted the same stance ahead of the January window when they have no interest in signing Ronaldo for a second time.
Madrid have been hindered by Karim Benzema’s injury this season but the Spanish champions are determined that they have future plan with the striker for another two seasons.
Meanwhile, Roma’s general manager Tiago Pinto claims the prospect of signing Ronaldo has ‘never been a possibility for the Italian club.
‘One of the things that annoy me a bit in Italy is that we always talk about the transfer market,’ Pinto said.
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