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Cristiano Ronaldo “demands the return of Real Madrid”, Van de Beek at Palace, battle of Guimaraes

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Cristiano Ronaldo “demands the return of Real Madrid”, Van de Beek at Palace, battle of Guimaraes

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Manchester United talisman Cristiano Ronaldo is interested in returning to his former club Real Madrid.

A report from El Nacional says the Portuguese striker has asked his agent Jorge Mendes to find him another club.

He adds: “He yearns for his days in the Spanish capital, and they have offered his signing to Florentino Perez.

“There’s no doubt fans would be thrilled to see Ronaldo wear white again.”

Meanwhile, Crystal Palace want to loan out United outcast Donny van de Beek, according to Sky Sports.

The Dutch midfielder is still not getting playing time under United goalkeeper Ralf Rangnick and was also surplus to requirements under former boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

And the Red Devils are tracking Lyon midfielder Bruno Guimaraes, valued at £21.5million.

Apparently, Paris Saint-Germain, Arsenal and Spurs are also interested in the Brazilian star.

But the Manchester giants will face competition from Spurs and Liverpool for the signing of Porto star Luis Diaz.

SunSport have exclusively revealed that United plan to hijack the transfer from Liverpool, with Tottenham also joining the race for his signature.

But Anthony Martial’s torment at Old Trafford seems to be coming to an end.

His loan from Manchester United to Sevilla was coming to an end last night.

The 26-year-old was pictured arriving in France, sporting a face mask with the Sevilla club badge, ahead of the move.

The Ligue 1 outfit are said to be paying a loan fee of around £6m but there is no option or obligation to make the transfer permanent this summer.



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