Manchester United are tipped to benefit from Cristiano Ronaldo’s fallout with Maurizio Sarri when the January transfer market commences.
The Portuguese star is not having the best of time under Maurizio Sarri this season after he was substituted in two matches in a row before the international break.
Spanish broadcaster Eduardo Inda claimed that the player could return to Old Trafford next season should he fail to make peace with the Juventus manager.
Inda also stressed that the 34-year-old is unhappy with his substitution — which was obviously seen — and things could get worse between him and Sarri at Juventus.
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Aside the unhealthy relationship between the two parties, Inda admitted that Juventus’ hopes of keeping Ronaldo for a lengthy period of time is proportional to whether they win this year’s Champions League trophy or not.
If Inda’s revelation is something to go by, Manchester United fans could see the return of Ronaldo to the Old Trafford before the end of his football career.
In other Man United news, Juventus are are pushing hard tie seeing that they beat Real Madrid to the services of France international midfielder Paul Pogba.
Reports have it that, Sarri has included the 26-year-old in his list of top transfer priorities, which also includes the Les Blues and PSG striker Kylian Mbappe.