The Portuguese "super specialist" was in conversations with the Manchester United order at the end of the week to attempt to "unblock" the circumstance, albeit a major question remains what a limited number of takers there are for the 37-year-old.
Mendes has been in touch with both Napoli and Ronaldo's most memorable club, Sporting, over the most recent couple of days, as both seem managable to an arrangement. Any move would probably be a credit to see out the leftover year of Ronaldo's two-year agreement at Old Trafford, with United paying a part of the wages.
23-year-old Nigerian global, who scored 18 objectives in all contests last season, would require a bid of more than £100m, with United currently set to spend a comparative figure on Ajax's Antony, and talks have zeroed in on how such an arrangement may be more reasonable for the financial plan of summer 2023.
Napoli in the mean time would rather not let the sum of their 2021-22 spine go, having proactively lost Kalidou Koulibaly, Lorenzo Insigne and Dries Mertens to Chelsea, Toronto and Galatasaray separately, and realize there could well be a bartering for the profoundly evaluated Osimhen.