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Cristiano's revenge continues, first it was Telles and now he is planning to take another United player

Saudi Arabian clubs want United players

By Harry Smith

Saudi Arabian clubs want United players
Saudi Arabian clubs want United players
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Manchester United need to start letting go of players they don't have a plan for the future, besides that they need the transfers to go through in order to have more money in the budget, which would allow them to continue signing the players they have in mind that can strengthen the holes that still exist in the squad, so the manager would be willing to listen to offers. 

Much of the interest in the players that Ten Hag has put on the transfer list has been from Arabia, as we know the clubs in the Middle Eastern country have become very powerful due to the injection of money by their owners; in addition to that the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo to the Saudi league has made many players look forward to continuing their careers in that country. 

As we all know, the story between Ronaldo and United did not end as many of us would have imagined, as after his return in the 21/22 season, many fans believed that he would finish his career on a high at Old Trafford, however, things changed course after the arrival of Ten Hag, that the Portuguese star had to leave for Al-Nassr. 

Now that the transfer window is open, Cristiano Ronaldo has been trying to convince several United players to join him in Arabia, which has surprised many as his influence has seen Alex Telles sign a contract in the past week, but that has not been enough as he is looking to add at least one more player before the end of the summer. 

Another one for Al-Nassr

The team where Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo plays has been very close to signing players from the Red Devils, and now according to some reports, it is speculated that central defender Eric Bailly is in talks with Al-Nassr for a transfer in the coming days, which would join Alex Telles as the players transferred to the Arabian club.

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