Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann can’t help but joke about Cristiano Ronaldo at a press conference.Image: www.imago-images.de / imago images
It’s no secret that Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Manchester United after leaving the stadium early after being substituted in the friendly against Rayo Vallecano and the ongoing transfer rumours. But where to?
BVB boss Hans-Joachim Watzke recently denied a false rumor that CR7 could switch to Dortmund. Although he gained a certain charm from the idea, he made it clear that it was a castle in the air there would be no contact between the club and the world star.
Nagelsmann jokes about Ronaldo problem
Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann also acknowledges these rumors with a smile. “Whether he goes to Dortmund or not doesn’t really matter for my happiness in life,” he said at a press conference before the game against Bochum. He explains somewhat more seriously that Ronaldo’s commitment is definitely reflected in a football club’s balance sheet: “He won’t dribble open for an apple and an egg.” Very few clubs could afford such an expensive player.
It is true that Bayern also suffered a distortion in the storm with the personality of Robert Lewandowski. But as the first games of the season showed, the attack, which has been expanded to include new signing Sadio Mané, is also able to score goals efficiently.
Bayern coach lets out consultants
And the consultants also get a spell pressed. He specifically mentions Pini Zahavi and Jorge Mendes, who is replacing Cristiano Ronaldo and is currently vigorously peddling his protégé to Europe’s top clubs. “Cristiano Ronaldo’s advisor gets 10 percent of the annual salary. He can then make a few calls on the phone,” the Bayern coach continued to tease, causing laughter among the assembled press representatives.
However, Cristiano Ronaldo was not particularly impressed by the rumors himself, in an Insta post he shot against media reports of this kind. However, he quickly deleted the post.
Cristiano Ronaldo, who has played in the Champions League every season since 2003, does not want to play in the Europa League, in which ManU managed to save themselves with a bang. Time is running out to find a club that Ronaldo can afford and offers him the opportunity to play in the premier club.
The transfer window for most European football nations closes in less than 2 weeks – on September 1st.
RB Leipzig landed a transfer coup with Timo Werner last week. With regard to the current Bundesliga season, however, things are not looking very rosy for Leipzig. After the first two match days and two draws, RB is currently only eleventh in the table and thus far behind their own claims.
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