Neville to coach Ronaldo in shock twist as Beckham’s Inter Miami make move to sign Man Utd star
David Beckham’s Inter Miami is interested in signing Cristiano Ronaldo, and negotiations to sign the disgruntled ex-Manchester United player are currently underway.
The fallout from Ronaldo’s explosive interview with Piers Morgan almost certainly means that he will leave Old Trafford, with Miami now eager to lure the five-time Ballon d’Or winner to the MLS.
According to The Sun, Ronaldo’s representatives have informed Miami owner Beckham that the 37-year-old is interested in moving to the United States.
While Beckham is still trying to persuade Lionel Messi, another all-time great, to join the team, he has learned of Ronaldo’s availability and is exploring a potential deal.
In 2003, Ronaldo took over for Beckham at Manchester United, wearing the number seven jersey. Ronaldo later followed in Beckham’s footsteps by joining Real Madrid.
Ronaldo’s career may now come full circle when he teams up with Beckham, the idol of the Red Devils, in America.
A fascinating reunion with Phil Neville, a former United teammate who is currently the manager of Inter Miami, would also be possible.
Cristiano Ronaldo attacks Neville in an Interview
In a fiery interview with Piers Morgan, Ronaldo attacked Gary, the brother of Phil, saying, “We will never be friends.”
Ronaldo has made a number of astonishing complaints about his recent struggles, criticizing manager Erik ten Hag, the Glazer family, as well as former teammates Gary Neville and Wayne Rooney. Ronaldo appears to have played his final game for Manchester United.
Cristiano Ronaldo replacement
Ten Hag is said to want Ronaldo gone, and United is said to be looking into a famous replacement.
The French sensation Kylian Mbappe is being considered as a Ronaldo replacement.
Despite signing a lucrative three-year extension earlier this year to ward off interest from Real Madrid, Mbappe is rumored to be uneasy in Paris.
According to The Daily Mirror, United is considering a £150 million offer to sign the 23-year-old goal machine in January. They are also reportedly interested in Napoli’s Victor Osimhen, who is valued at £60 million.