The Glazers, who own Manchester United, can replace Cristiano Ronaldo for a pittance of £22 million.
Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United is not guaranteed to be at the club at the end of the January transfer window.
Back in the summer, Manchester United was heavily linked with a move for Memphis Depay. Ultimately, a transfer for their former No 7 failed to materialize with the forward remaining at the Nou Camp, despite Barcelona’s willingness to let him loose. However, with Cristiano Ronaldo unhappy at Old Trafford, the prospect of bringing the Netherlands international back to the Premier League could be one for the Glazers to take action on
Manchester United denied Ronaldo his wish of a move away back in the summer, with the 37-year-old forced to stay despite links to the likes of Chelsea, Borussia Dortmund, Napoli, and Atletico Madrid.