Exiled Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo ‘is open to Serie A return with Napoli in January’

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Exiled Cristiano Ronaldo ‘is open to Italy return with Napoli in January’… with Serie A leaders ‘interested’ in adding Portuguese superstar amid growing tensions at Old Trafford

  • Napoli reportedly ready to offer Cristiano Ronaldo route out of Man United
  • The attacker is currently exiled from the first-team by manager Erik ten Hag 
  • Ronaldo would need to take a massive pay cut in order to make a move happen

Napoli are reportedly ‘interested’ in signing Manchester United veteran striker Cristiano Ronaldo, with the striker believed to be ready to take a pay cut in order to help a move.

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The Portuguese icon is currently exiled from the first team at Manchester United after manager Erik ten Hag banned him from training after his actions during the game against Tottenham last week.

Ronaldo is now believed to be heading for the exit door at Old Trafford, with a return to Serie A now on the cards, according to The Sun.

Cristiano Ronaldo could be on his way out of Manchester United with Napoli interested

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Ronaldo was exiled from the Red Devils squad by manager Erik ten Hag after the Spurs game

The report suggests that Premier League clubs Chelsea, Arsenal and Newcastle were interested in signing him but Manchester United believed a move to a rival club to be ‘too risky’.

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A source The Sun: ‘Chelsea were interested in Ronaldo over the summer, but he is no longer on their radar. Arsenal and Newcastle realise the quality he would bring in helping them to achieve their ambitions.

‘But both clubs worry about the wider impact his arrival could have on the clubs. The most likely destination now is Italy. Napoli were interested in Ronaldo over the summer and are still keen.

‘Adding him to their squad is a step they believe will help in their aim to remain top of Serie A and to progress through the Champions League.

Ronaldo has already played in Italy as he enjoyed a good spell with Serie A giants Juventus

Ronaldo has already played in Italy as he enjoyed a good spell with Serie A giants Juventus

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‘But it will come down to whether the club can match the eye-watering wage demands.’

One obstacle that would need to be sorted in order to facilitate a transfer would be Ronaldo’s wages.

The Red Devils attacker is reportedly earning £360-per-week, whereas Napoli’s highest earner, Piotr Zielinski, is only on a weekly salary of £90k.

However, Ronaldo could be happy to take another pay cut so he can force a move to Serie A, a league that he has already impressed in during his time with Juventus.

Midfielder Piotr Zielinski is currently Napoli's highest earner with a weekly salary of £90k

Midfielder Piotr Zielinski is currently Napoli’s highest earner with a weekly salary of £90k

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