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Mendes offers Cristiano to a coach he has never wanted

Everything seems to indicate that Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Manchester United this summer.  

Cristiano looks set to leave Manchester United after just one year.
Cristiano looks set to leave Manchester United after just one year.

Many rumors are swirling around the future of Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese international has been linked in recent hours with Chelsea, while there was also talk of Manchester United's refusal to let him leave Old Trafford, as he still has a year left on his contract.

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But now 'La Gazzetta dello Sport' reports a possible new destination for the 37-year-old striker who has revolutionized Italy and Portugal. The aforementioned media claims that Jorge Mendes, agent of the Portuguese star, has offered CR7 to none other than Jose Mourinho's Roma!

Yes, ladies and gentlemen. The possibility of seeing Cristiano and Mou working together again could become a reality this summer. The two men coincided at the Santiago Bernabeu, during the nine seasons that the former Sporting Lisbon player played for Real Madrid.

Is Cristiano willing to return?

The aforementioned Italian media claims that Cristiano is open to returning to Italian soccer just a year after saying goodbye to Juventus, the club where he landed in the summer of 2018 after leaving the Spanish capital and where he played until 2021 when he decided to return to Manchester. 

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