R/Madrid offer Ronaldo plus cash to land Neymar

R/Madrid offer Ronaldo plus cash to land Neymar

Javier Howell
January 27, 2018

REAL MADRID will allow Cristiano Ronaldo to join Manchester United in the summer if they sign Neymar, according to reports in Spain.

The Portugal global, 32, has been linked with a return to Manchester United and Mourinho has stated previously he intends to make a big signing ahead of next season.

Whether this is Neymar actually wanting things to stop or his club wishing they would is obviously very unclear - but neither will want this to be the story when the two clubs meet in the Champions League round of 16 next month.

Sanchez is in line to make his debut for United in Friday's FA Cup fourth round clash with Yeovil Town.

"Neymar will become the best player in the world and he will be here at Paris St Germain, I am sure", he said at a press conference previewing the game with Montpellier.

Cristiano Ronaldo has made light of the kick to the face that left him covered in blood last weekend, joking "I'm still good looking".

Three scenarios that could bring down North Korea
Asked whether he expected North Korea and South Korea to settle outstanding issues at Saturday's talks, he appeared optimistic. The condition was placed during an inter-Korea talks between the divided countries.

Last weekend Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane described Neymar as a "great player who everyone loves".

The Brazilian now earns around £33m a year in Paris, making him the second best paid player in the world behind former team-mate Lionel Messi (£44m). "This year we didn't start so well, we're not going well in LaLiga, the team was knocked out of the Copa del Rey".

United are delighted to have another proven performer on board, with the Red Devils only in the market for the best talent available.

The 32-year-old's future has been the source of speculation once again, with recent rumours claiming he is set to leave Madrid over a contract dispute.

It has been something of a tricky start to the new season for Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid side, with the Spanish team now fourth in La Liga and 19 points behind leaders Barcelona.