Manchester United's sponsor to help finance Cristiano Ronaldo transfer back to Old Trafford, Paul Pogba wants to leave

Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Manchester United could be part-funded by one of the club’s sponsors, while there is also a look at the paper reaction to Mino Raiola’s comments claiming his client Paul Pogba no longer has a future at Old Trafford, with Real Madrid a possible move for the Frenchman.
Chevrolet to bankroll Ronaldo return to Manchester United?

The Daily Mail have picked up on a report from Auto Esporte claiming Manchester United sponsors Chevrolet will help finance a move for Cristiano Ronaldo, who left the club for Real Madrid 11 years ago. Now at Juventus, the 35-year-old would still command a large fee and significant salary, but given Ronaldo’s commercial value American car company Chevrolet could bankroll the Portugal captain’s return to Old Trafford.

***: With his Juve contract running out in 2022, perhaps this is a transfer saga-in-waiting given he will enter the final 12 months of his contract in the summer. That means speculation over whether Juve will look to cash in, where the forward could end up, and what it could take for the Serie A champions to convince him to stay. Be prepared for Ronaldo transfer news to surface weekly – at least.

Paul Pogba wants out of Manchester United

Following on from Mino Raiola’s comments that “it’s over” for client Paul Pogba at Manchester United, the British press have been speculating where the Frenchman will end up next after his agent’s quotes made several back pages. Pogba wants to explore the possibility of a move to Real Madrid, with the Mirror adding that PSG, Manchester City, Juventus and Inter could be other possibilities. The Daily Mail meanwhile have urged United to show Raiola and Pogba the door.

Ozil exit – 90 per cent done?

Mesut Ozil could leave Arsenal in January, with the Mirror carrying quotes from Fenerbahce congress member Murat Zorlu, who claims a deal for the midfielder is 90 per cent done. Ozil has been frozen out of the Arsenal side under Mikel Arteta, not playing since March, while he failed to make either the Premier League or Europa League squad for the current season. His contract expires in the summer, but the club could look to get the German off their wage bill given he reportedly earns £350,000-a-week. Turkey appears to be a possible destination for the 32-year-old.

New deal in pipeline for Fabinho

Fabinho is set for a “hefty pay rise” at Liverpool, the Guardian reports, with the Brazilian endearing himself to the club he joined from Monaco in 2018 even more after emerging as a more than viable centre-back option to cover the loss of Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez to long-term injuries. Fabinho has dropped back from midfield to put in a string of impressive performances for the Premier League champions, who are now keen to reward the 27-year-old with a new contract. His current £100,000-a-week deal runs until 2023, and the Reds will look to extend that by two or three seasons.

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