On April 23rd, Gazzetta dello Sport reported Cristiano Ronaldo has given a mandate to his agent Jorge Mendes to find a new club in the summer.

It was also explained that Manchester United are viewed as a possible option and the forward is ready to take a pay cut to seal a return to Old Trafford.

Marca’s José Félix Díaz has given his take on the ‘problems’ Juve and the 36-year-old will face in finding a new destination.

It’s claimed the two are ‘going through a delicate moment’ due to the club’s bad results, poor financial situation and the ‘tense relations’ that exist within the Turin club’s dressing room.

The Portugal international is ‘looking for a way out’ of Juventus, but the possibility of returning to Real Madrid has been discarded.

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According to José Félix Díaz, in the last few hours, ‘Manchester United have appeared’ as a possible destination for the Serie A star. The Old Trafford club have the financial muscle to undertake this operation and their relationship with Mendes is also ‘perfect’. 

Marca claim Manchester United ‘haven’t closed the door’ on Ronaldo’s possible return in the summer.

Over at, they also explain Ronaldo has the desire to leave Juventus. When discussing the options, United get a mention and it’s explained a move to Manchester intrigues Ronaldo.

However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side haven’t made their willingness clear to take Ronaldo in the next market. Therefore, Paris Saint-Germain is the ‘only great opportunity left’ for the player, if he decides to leave Juventus.