According to Metro, Manchester United could make an offer of 220 million euros to recruit Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale.
Have the leaders of Manchester United discovered a treasure on a deserted island recently? This question may not be as strange as it might seem. This Sunday, the British daily Metro threw a bomb saying that Manchester United would be willing to make a combined offer of 220 million euros to recruit Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale. In detail, Manchester United would pay the astronomical sum of 120 million euros for CR7, and the no less astronomical sum of 100 million for Gareth Bale. The Red Devils want to restructure their team so that it returns to the level of the best teams in the world. This is happening, for the club, by recruiting these two world-class players who would become the basis of this new team. But that’s not all because Louis Van Gaal would also have in his viewfinder the front-centre of FC Sevilla, Bacca, which would have the task of replacing Falcao who no longer enters the plans of coach’s.
But Manchester is not the only one in the Welsh race since Chelsea and its President Roman Abramovic would have made it their first priority. For this, they would be willing to pay EUR 115 million. Cristiano Ronaldo is also courted, by Paris Saint-Germain, which could offer 125 million euros to Real Madrid to attach its services. These figures that make the head spin however have no guarantee of folding Florentino Perez, determined to keep at least Cristiano. For Bale This is another matter and he could very well let him go what would be a boon for the player, for Real, for CR7 and for his new club. Do you think Real can happen from CR7 and Bale?