Ole Gunnar Solskjaer‘s damning comments about loyalty have resurfaced amid speculation that formerManchester UnitedforwardCristiano Ronaldocould join rivalsManchester Cityin the summer transfer window.
Reports have emerged that suggest City are willing to offer Ronaldo a two-year contract worth £12.8 million a season, according toSky in Italy.
In fact, reports in France suggest the 36-year-old and his entourage are “seeking to engineer” a transfer in the coming days, with Ronaldo having spoken to a number ofCityplayers about the move, including Bernardo Silva, Ruben Dias and Joao Cancelo.
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In the past, very few players have moved from one Manchester club to the other.
Perhaps the most notorious transfer involved Carlos Tevez, who spent two years at Old Trafford before joining local rivals City on a five-year deal.
Danish goalkeeperPeter Schmeichelalso played for both clubs – just ask Gary Neville what he thought about that one – as did midfielderOwen Hargreaves, who made just four appearances for the Citezens before being released in 2012.
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Thoughts on Ronaldo potentially joining Manchester City after spending six trophy-laden years at Old Trafford?
Let us know in the comments. This should bring plenty of debate.
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