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At Old Trafford, the perception of Cristiano Ronaldo by Manchester United is “beginning to change.”

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At Old Trafford, the perception of Cristiano Ronaldo by Manchester United is "beginning to change."

According to transfer source Dean Jones, Manchester United now worry that Cristiano Ronaldo would leave Old Trafford this summer due to ongoing concerns over his future.

Ronaldo’s agreement to rejoin Manchester United was only made less than a year ago, and it’s uncertain whether he will still be with the team when the summer transfer market closes on September 1.

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What is the most recent Ronaldo-related news?

Ronaldo’s request to be free to leave the club if a good offer comes in during the remaining transfer window shocked Manchester United.

Chelsea and Napoli of Italy’s Serie A were mentioned as potential destinations for the forward.

The development followed a meeting between Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes and new Chelsea owner Todd Boehly, who completed a £4.25 billion takeover in May. During the meeting, they discussed Ronaldo’s potential transfer to Stamford Bridge.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner may choose to move to Atletico Madrid even though a move to west London hasn’t materialized.

By putting striker Antoine Griezmann on the transfer market, the La Liga heavyweights have intensified their pursuit of Ronaldo.

What is the most recent Ronaldo-related news?

Ronaldo’s request to be free to leave the club if a good offer comes in during the remaining transfer window shocked Manchester United.

Chelsea and Napoli of Italy’s Serie A were mentioned as potential destinations for the forward.

Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes and new Chelsea owner Todd Boehly, who completed a £4.25 billion buyout in May, met and discussed the possibility of Ronaldo moving to Stamford Bridge.

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