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Sporting Lisbon has approached Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo about the possibility of a shock transfer.
The Sun considers Sunday owners of Sporting, where Ronaldo played 25 league games before signing for United in 2003, believe they can take him back to Lisbon.
United also failed in their efforts to sign Derby County’s Malcolm Ebiowie after Crystal Palace sporting director Dougie Friedman took him for his medical with the Eagles.
New Chelsea boss Todd Boehly reportedly met with Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes in Portugal last week to discuss the 37-year-old’s future and the possibility of a transfer.
Chelsea are the club that are the ‘best place’ to sign Ousmane Dembele as he nears leaving Nou Camp, according to Marca, with Xavi’s late offer to keep the Frenchman for too little, too late.
Ronaldo’s former Real Madrid teammate Gareth Bale has agreed to join MLS side Los Angeles FC after posting a video of him wearing an LAFC shirt on his social media page.
The Wales captain, who turns 33 next month, is set to sign an initial one-year deal, with the option to extend it by another 18 months, when the MLS transfer window reopens on 7 July. Is.
Bale’s former club Tottenham has suffered a setback in chasing Middlesbrough defender Jed Spence.
Negotiations have been going on for weeks, but both clubs are still agreeing a fee with the North East team seeking more than £15million add-ons – a price Spurs are unwilling to climb. .
North London rivals Arsenal are stepping up their efforts to sign Leeds United winger Rafinha after Man City forward Gabriel Jesus agreed a fee of £45million.
Meanwhile, newly-minted Nottingham Forest are close to completing the combined £35million double signing of Liverpool’s Neko Williams and Wolves’ Morgan Gibbs-White.
Liverpool also now consider themselves the front-runners to sign Judd Bellingham due to Man City’s imminent takeover of Calvin Phillips.