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Bayern Munich Reject Signing Cristiano Ronaldo Transfer

Bayern Munich Reject Signing Cristiano Ronaldo Transfer
Bayern Munich Reject Signing Cristiano Ronaldo Transfer

Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich has revealed that they completely dismissed the idea of signing the transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo to the Allianz Arena last week after he controversially left Manchester United earlier this month.

In the bombshell interview with Piers Morgan, Ronaldo had dropped some explosives on the British journalist about his now former club, Manchester United, its manager Erik Ten Hag, and it’s top executives. Ronaldo found himself amidst a great pool of controversy.

The red devils had also fined him approximately 1 million euros for his behaviour and later terminated his contract not too long ago.

The Portuguese had been pushing to leave United for a while after his bitter experiences at the club had expanded. His agent Jorge Mendes, apparently, had approached the German giants Bayern Munich back in the summer to discuss the prospects for a potential transfer.

Bayern Munich declines Ronaldo transfer rumors

On the contrary, the Germans had utterly different views because they had turned down the opportunity to sign one of the greatest players back then, and recently it was revealed that their stance on the matter has not yet changed.

Bayern’s CEO, Oliver Kahn, had talked to sources recently, saying, “We have already dealt with this.”

“We have a clear idea, a clear philosophy of how our squad should be put together.

“We all appreciate him; there’s no discussion. We all love Cristiano Ronaldo, but that’s something that doesn’t fit into our idea.”

This might be due to the trickled-down fact that clubs are intimidated by a single player wielding so much power that they become capable of defaming an entire club’s existence with just a mere interview where he decides to expose all the ongoings of the club.

Ronaldo was not the only player who got ruled out of Bayern’s sight; the CEO had also refused to give any definite response on their motives to sign the Tottenham and English striker Harry Kane next summer.

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