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Cristiano Ronaldo has decided to stay at Manchester United beyond this summer, according to reports in Spain. United's nightmare campaign has left the 37-year-old's future in doubt, but he intends to honour the remainder of his two-year contract at Old Trafford.
Reported by the Express.
Not entirely convinced by this but if that's what he thinks then we'll have to wait and see.
We teamed up with Spurs to commend Sathi's bravery for speaking up and invited him and his family to last night's game. Afterwards, he got to meet his hero, @HarryKane. 🤝
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Just give them the league title if this happens.
We believe that the following players should be in the squad:
The following players should not be:
Gareth Southgate announces his Three Lions squad for their upcoming friendlies against Switzerland and Côte d'Ivoire at 2pm today. More to follow.
Ajax coach Erik ten Hag is Manchester United's preferred option to become their next manager, according to the Manchester Evening News' Samuel Luckhurst
Ian Wright has responded brilliantly to Marcus Rashford apologising for his reaction to being jeered by some United fans...
Barca Times' Shay Luassi: "Robert Lewandowski is considered a possibility to join Barcelona in the summer. The Polish superstar is still a Bayern player but his contract expires next year, and Barcelona are said to be keen.
Sources at the club say Pini Zehavi, Lewandowski's agent, is in very good contact with Joan Laporta and they have already spoken several times in recent weeks about a possible move.
Barcelona’s number one target is another Bundesliga striker - Erling Haaland. However, his signing will be difficult with all of the world’s biggest clubs trying to get him."