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The Euro giants have refused to leave Man City to complete a deal over Ronaldo’s transfer.

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The Euro giants have refused to leave Man City to complete a deal over Ronaldo’s transfer.

Manchester City were offered the opportunity to sign RonaldoParis Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khalaifi has dismissed reports linking the Ligue 1 club to a move away from Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo.

Manchester City were offered the opportunity to sign Ronaldo, who wants to leave the Serie A nation.

Juventus also want to sell the 36-year-old for financial reasons; the Portuguese costs just under £1m a week, and he still has a year on his contract.

His agent Jorge Mendes is working behind the scenes to land Ronaldo a new club, and he flew to Turin earlier this week. However, the super-agent flew to Paris on Thursday, sparking PSG’s proposal to sign Ronaldo rather than Killian Mbape.

However, Al-Khalaifi was quick to give a talk on Thursday night. He jokingly told his TV station, beIN Sports, that the deal would not be reached.

“We haven’t even thought about it,” Al Khalifa told beIN Sports.

Manchester City is believed to be favorites to land the former Manchester United husband.

AS and Calciomercato: Both believe Ronaldo has reached an agreement with City. They offered him 15 million euros per season for a period of two years.

The Turin side are seeking around £24m from a potential buyer; otherwise, they will lose capital.

City are trying to get him on a free transfer, says Corriere Dello Sport.

However, the Juventus director sat down with Mendes on Thursday morning to stress that they would not allow Ronaldo to leave the club for free.

Rooney doubts
Meanwhile, former United striker Wayne Rooney doubts Ronaldo will join City because of his relationship with United.

“I doubt it,” Rooney told reporters from The Sun. “Cristiano has a huge legacy at United.

“I don’t think he will join Manchester City. Of course, you never know in football, and in the past, Peter Schmeichel went to City, and Andrew Cole and Mark Hughes were their managers.

“But I don’t think anyone with Cristiano’s legacy would do that.”

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