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Cristiano Ronaldo is said to have told his representatives to make a return to Manchester United possible

Posted: 19 June 2017 Time: 07:37

Cristiano Ronaldo is said to be interested in a return to Manchester United this summer, according to reports.

The Real Madrid ace wants to leave Spain and people close to the player says that he still holds United close to his heart, Sky Sports said.

Ronaldo left United to join Madrid in an £80m deal in 2009 and the Red Devils have attempted to bring him back to Manchester on at least one occasion since then, according to Sky.

Reports suggest United will offer Spain keeper David de Gea, 26, and £174m in exchange for the Portugal star.

United remain cautious about getting involved in a transfer merry-go-round and club officials believe that the Portuguese legend will eventually decide to stay in Spain.

The players’ advisers, though, have been told to find a way out of Spain for Ronaldo, who is apparently upset after he was recently accused of tax evasion amounting to £13m.

The problem for Ronaldo is that very few clubs could afford his wages on top of what would be a massive transfer fee.

PSG are said to be interested in signing him while AC Milan's new Chinese owners have also reportedly been in contact with his agent Jorge Mendes.

Chelsea are also rumoured to be interested.

A move to the Chinese Super League is also a possibility, although Ronaldo is said to want to carry on playing in Europe.

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