Manchester United will not impose sanctions on Ronaldo



British press reports revealed Manchester United’s intention not to impose a penalty on Cristiano Ronaldo after his departure from the Rayo Vallecano friendly match stadium, which angered the Red Devils fans because of his departure during the match.


Ronaldo participated for the first time in the match between Manchester United and Rayo Vallecano, and was substituted at the beginning of the second half, but he left the field before the end of the match.


Manchester United drew 1-1 with its guest, Rayo Vallecano, in the friendly match that brought them together on Sunday evening, at Old Trafford, as part of the two teams’ preparations for the new season.


Manchester United is scheduled to open the new English Premier League season against Brighton at Old Trafford in the first round on August 7.


According to an informed source within Manchester United, the team management will not impose penalties on Cristiano Ronaldo, indicating that there is no crisis due to the player’s anger after returning to participate with the club again.


The newspaper “Sun” highlighted the statements of a source about Manchester United, in which he confirmed that there are no sanctions against the Portuguese Don.


In a related context, English press reports revealed that Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United player, is still committed to leaving the ranks of the Red Devils during the current summer transfer period.


And the English newspaper “Daily Mail” reported that Jorge Mendes, the Portuguese star’s agent, is still searching for a new club that Ronaldo will move to this summer.


The newspaper added that Mendes is doing everything in his power to resolve Ronaldo’s departure before the end of the summer transfer market, and he will do everything he can to make this transfer happen.


Ronaldo missed the preparatory season for the Red Devils “for family reasons,” as the club reported in a previous statement it issued, but English reports revealed that he was looking for a new club during that period.

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