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Cristiano Ronaldo may ‘retire from football’

Cristiano Ronaldo’s future remains the subject of fierce speculation, with the Portuguese superstar looking at a career-ending crossroads following his country’s painful exit from the World Cup quarter-finals (where he was benched ).

He remains independent at club level after an acrimonious early exit from Manchester United last month and trained with former club Real Madrid this week in a bid to stay fit, with a big salary rumored to be in Saudi Arabia not yet officially fulfilled.

Now former United team-mate Patrice Evra has caused a stir as he raised the prospect of his friend quitting for good.

“When I spoke to him, I didn’t talk about what he was going to do next,” Evra told Sky Sports. “We talked more about life and family.


“But I don’t know [what he will do next]. Messi said he will retire [from the World Cup]but I don’t know if Ronaldo will retire, because sometimes when you receive a lot of criticism, especially at the end of your career, you say to yourself ‘OK, I think it’s time to stop’.

“It must be a feeling, especially when you are not in the starting XI of your national team, because that is what Cristiano wants; play, get fit and win the World Cup with his country. It was his dream; now he doesn’t have that dream.

“Although I won’t speak for Cristiano, I wouldn’t be surprised if he said he was going to retire. Now all Cristiano does is be a ‘bad person’, a ‘bad player’ or whatever. I wouldn’t be surprised if he decides to retire. »


Chelsea have completed the Nkunku deal

Christopher Nkunku will become a Chelsea player this summer, reports have confirmed.

The RB Leipzig and France striker is expected to move to Stamford Bridge this summer in a high-profile switch.

Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano reports that the deal is 100% sealed on both club and player sides, with all relevant documents and contracts signed.

Bundesliga top scorer Nkunku will move to Chelsea in July amid speculation the move could go ahead with Graham Potter now light on the forwards following Armando Broja’s season-ending knee injury.

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Saka’s fear of Arsenal has eased

Manchester City could be forced to pay a huge fee for Bukayo Saka.

Pep Guardiola’s recent contract extension has put the Arsenal winger and Jude Bellingham on their transfer wish list, according to 90min.

Saka’s contract expires in 2024, but claim Arsenal could extend Saka’s contract by 12 months with an option on his current deal, amid talks over a renewal .

With little risk of him leaving for free, the Gunners are free to demand a huge price tag.

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What does the future hold for Maatsen?

Chelsea youngster Ian Maatsen says he will decide on his future at the end of the season.

Currently on a “perfect” loan at Burnley and tipped for a permanent stay, he told LancsLive: “We’ll see after the end of the season what I do and what the options are.

“I’m still keeping my options open, but time will tell. I’ve come up with a plan to give my 100% and show my dedication to my career, the Burnley fans and the club.

“It was pretty smooth and everyone made me feel welcome and it was the perfect loan I would say. »

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O’Hara wants Maguire on Tottenham’s radar

Tottenham have been asked to agree a cut-price deal for Harry Maguire.

Former Spurs player Jamie O’Hara believes Manchester United are destined to accept a low salary for the England star, opening the door to his former club.

“Manchester United will lose money,” he told talkSPORT.

“Let’s say Spurs come for him in January, I’ll take him to Tottenham. We need a centre-half.

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Chelsea know the fee of Rafael Leao

Chelsea will have to pay £70m to sign Rafael Leao in January.

Italian outlet Calciomercato has named the fee AC Milan will demand during contract negotiations with the Portuguese striker.

Dusan Vlahovic, Tammy Abraham and Cristiano Ronaldo have been named as other potential targets in the Blues’ hunt for a striker.

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Chelsea decided Loanee’s future

Callum Hudson-Odoi will continue his loan spell at Bayer Leverkusen after Chelsea let a recall clause in his loan spell expire.

“We thought Callum would stay, but now we also have the certainty that he will stay with us,” Leverkusen sporting director Simon Rolfes told Bild.

“We are happy with him, because he is a very important player for us. »

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Amrabat to Spurs is the last

Heavy blow to Tottenham’s pursuit of Sofyan Amrabat.

La Gazzetta dello Sport details Fiorentina’s plans to exercise a one-year option on the Moroccan midfielder’s contract, extending it until 2025.

The Italian club will be looking for around £30m for Amrabat in January, with Liverpool joining Spurs as apparently interested.

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Molina was seen as Dumfries’ alternative for Chelsea

Chelsea are in the hunt for Argentine World Cup star Nahuel Molina.

The right-back is seen as an alternative to Denzel Dumfries, who was reportedly priced at £51m in January according to reports in Italy.

TMW reports that Molina appears on Chelsea’s radar, if they can convince Atletico Madrid to sell.


The Gunners are pursuing the Milinkovic-Savic case

Arsenal are prepared to pay £70m to sign Sergej Milinkovic-Savic in January.

Corriere dello Sport claim the Gunners want to agree a deal but the player is hesitant and would prefer to see out the season with Lazio, who want £86m for his services.

Milinkovic-Savic is said to be ready to leave his club this summer, with Arsenal only willing to pay £30m.

In fact, his contract expires in the summer of 2024.

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