Flamengo 'lining up Ronaldo transfer' after Manchester United exit

Flamengo ‘are lining up a sensational free transfer for Cristiano Ronaldo’ after he left Manchester United… with the Brazilian side ‘in talks with their sponsors over the huge deal and eager to have him on board for the Club World Cup’

  • Flamengo are in talks with club sponsors to line up a deal for Cristiano Ronaldo
  • Ronaldo is without a club after a mutual termination of his Man United contract
  • The Brazilian side want Ronaldo on three-month deal ahead of Club World Cup 
  • Click here for the latest World Cup 2022 news, fixtures, live action and results

Brazilian giants Flamengo are reportedly preparing an offer to lure free agent Cristiano Ronaldo to the club after the World Cup.

The reigning Copa Libertadores holders are working on a proposal to land the 37-year-old on a three-month deal, to bolster their squad ahead of the FIFA Club World Cup in February.

According to Veja, talks have not yet commenced with Ronaldo’s representatives however Flamengo chiefs are in discussions with the club’s sponsors to secure a package to finance a deal.

Free agent Cristiano Ronaldo has become a shock target for Brazilian giants Flamengo

Flamengo reportedly want Ronaldo to lead their charge in February’s FIFA Club World Cup

Ronaldo is without a club since mutually agreeing to terminate his contract with Manchester United on Tuesday.

It came after an explosive interview with Piers Morgan where he fired criticism at Manchester United, boss Erik ten Hag and the club’s owners.

The Portuguese star also took aim at the club’s young players and former United interim manager Ralf Rangnick.

The Portuguese star left Manchester United on Tuesday after a termination of his contract

Ronaldo’s future is not expected to be decided until after the World Cup where he is focusing on his duties with Portugal.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner opened his account from the penalty spot in Portugal’s 3-2 win over Ghana on Thursday.




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