Bayern reportedly target Cristiano Ronaldo to replace Lewandowski

To compensate for the upcoming departure of Robert Lewandowski for Barça, Bayern Munich would consider the possibility of recruiting Cristiano Ronaldo, according to the Madrid press. The 37-year-old Portuguese would have made his decision to leave Manchester United.

It’s the big news of the evening, the bombazo from Spain: in order to compensate for the possible upcoming departure of Robert Lewandowski, who has publicly proclaimed his desire elsewhere and should in all likelihood join FC Barcelona, ​​Bayern Munich would look into the possibility of recruiting Cristiano Ronaldo.

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According to AS, the 37-year-old Portuguese, tired of his club’s lack of ambition in recruitment, wants to leave Manchester United. He would consider the chances of winning trophies in the twilight of his career slim, while the Red Devils will only play in the Europa League next season.

Bayern particularly offensive on the market this summer

The Madrid daily even claims that the entourage of the Lusitanian star would have already been made aware of Munich’s interest and would see this operation with a good eye. Already particularly active on the transfer market this summer – Sadio Mané, Ryan Gravenberch and Noussair Mazraoui have already arrived – the German giant would strike a big blow by attracting the fivefold Golden Ball.

Returning to United last summer, Cristiano Ronaldo delivered a convincing season in the Mancunian jersey: in 38 games in all competitions, the Portuguese scored 24 goals and delivered 3 assists. He is under contract with Manchester until June 2023.

Romain Daveau RMC Sport journalist

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