Cristiano Ronaldo is pushing to leave Manchester United to be signed by the German football club, Borussia Dormundtm, according to reports.
As time goes down on the remainder of the transfer window, the 37-year-old striker has informed his agent Jorge Mendes to land him a move to the Bundesliga club, who can offer him Champions League football this season.
Despite Ronaldo calling speculation over his potential departure “lies,” it seems as though the Portuguese icon is intent on leaving Old Trafford this summer. It is reported that the former Real Madrid and Juventus star sees Dortmund as his last transfer, with an eye on being the first player in history to win a domestic title in each of Europe’s four major leagues.
Dortmund, who are presently in contact with Ronaldo’s representatives, are considering whether to put down an official proposal to the Red Devils, with BVB manager Edin Terzic eyeing another striker after Erling Haaland’s €60 million exit to Man City.
The club recently signed Anthony Modeste from Cologne following Sebastien Haller’s diagnosis of a testicular tumor that will cause him to miss several months.