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This Brazilian team's president says they dream of signing Cristiano Ronaldo

By Harry Smith

This Brazilian team's president says they dream of signing Cristiano Ronaldo

This transfer is very unlikely as the player only wants to play in the Champions League

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It is no secret that Cristiano Ronaldo has spent the entire summer looking for a new club with the help of his agent Jorge Mendes. However, Manchester United has not received any official offer on the table, so the club have still count with the player ahead of the upcoming season, as Erik ten Hag has confirmed.

Let’s remember that Manchester United failed to qualify for the UEFA Champions League and will play Europa League this year. For this reason, the Portuguese star was offered by his agent to Europe’s biggest club, as he wanted to play the best European club competition to increase his goalscoring record. Ronaldo leads the list with 140 goals as Lionel Messi follows him with 125.

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After no European club seems to be interested in CR7, Corinthians president, Duilio Monteiro Alves told ‘Ulissescast’ that he would love to have the Portuguese star in his team: “it is true that I want to sign Cristiano Ronaldo. Everything is possible in football. I have big dreams. Maybe he will want to come and play in Brazil”.

This dream will not become a reality

Even though it would be interesting seeing Cristiano Ronaldo signing with Corinthians and help the win the ‘Libertadores’, this deal happening is close to impossible. Ronaldo only wants to play the Champions League and won’t leave the Premier League giants for a team in South America. Corinthian’s president words should be taken as a joke, as there is no way he was being serious.


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