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Kevin Durant isn't the only superstar wearing No. 7 looking to leave his current team. Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly informed Manchester United he wants to leave the club if it receives a good offer for him, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Manchester United is aware of Ronaldo's request and still believes it can retain the 37-year-old star.
Cristiano Ronaldo told Man United he wants to leave this summer as he wants to see more ambition. Man Utd are still hopeful of keeping CR7, but aware of decision. 🚨🇵🇹 #Ronaldo
Cristiano has no agreement with any other club. Mendes explored options for weeks and will continue. pic.twitter.com/VRji13zrz0
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 2, 2022
Ronaldo reportedly wants Manchester United to make improvements. The team failed to qualify for the Champions League last season despite 24 goals from Ronaldo.
Ronaldo re-joined Manchester United in 2021, when the team acquired him in a transfer with Juventus. It was the second time he played for Manchester United. He starred with the team from 2003 to 2009, scoring 84 goals for the club. Following the transfer from Juventus, Ronaldo reportedly signed a two-year deal with Manchester United. He still has one year remaining on that contract.
Ronaldo's agent, Jorge Mendes, reportedly met with Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly in June, where the two allegedly discussed Ronaldo joining Chelsea. Mendes may have also spoken to Bayern about Ronaldo's availability, according to The Athletic.