German giants Bayern Munich have once again rejected claims that they are interested in securing the services of Portugese forward Cristiano Ronaldo to replace outgoing Robert Lewandowski.
Bayern Munich just completed the sale of striker Robert Lewandowski to FC Barcelona for a fee around €50m. The arrival of Senegalese forward Sadio Mane means Bayern are not short of options upfront. Winger Serge Gnabry just signed a new deal till 2026 and Bayern have their sights set on another season under the leadership of Julien Naglesmann.
The German side also signed former Ajax right back Mazouri for free and acquired the services of Ryan Gravenbech from Ajax. Reports suggest that Bayern are now set to complete the signing of Dutch defender De Ligt from Juventus for a fee around €80m.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes has been the spearheader to the desire of the Portuguese to leave Manchester United this summer in pursuit of Champions League football. Ronaldo has reportedly been offered to Chelsea, PSG, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich but to no avail, Ronaldo‘s future still seems unclear on the red side of Manchester.
Bayern‘s director Oliver Kahn has expressed his appreciation for Cristiano Ronaldo’s abilities but strongly affirmed that he is not in the club‘s plans. Head coach Julien Naglesmann also strongly spoke against rumours that he was looking forward to working with the 37 year old striker.