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Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al-Nassr testing Man Utd’s transfer resolve after £20m bid rejected.



Ronaldo apologizes to Chinese supporters following the postponement of friendlies.Al-Nassr, who represents Cristiano Ronaldo, is evaluating Manchester United’s transfer resolve after their £20 million proposal was rejected.Al-Nassr, a club in the Saudi Pro League, are reportedly considering a transfer offer for Aaron Wan-Bissaka, a right-back for Manchester United.

In pursuit of league leaders Al-Hilal, the squad led by Cristiano Ronaldo is keen to acquire a fullback during the January transfer window. Alex Telles, a left-back whom Al-Nassr reportedly acquired from Manchester United last summer, appears to be seeking a reunion with his former Old Trafford clubmate.


Despite fielding star-studded lineups that include former Premier League champions Sadio Mane and Aymeric Laporte, 29-year-old Saudi Arabia international Sultan Al-Ghannam, who has been with Al-Nassr since 2018, is the club’s primary right-back option at this time.However, it appears that Al-Ghannam will be replaced, as The Telegraph reports that Al-Nassr has a “firm interest” in Wan-Bissaka, following the rejection of a £20 million proposal for Tottenham’s Emerson Royal. To allow another to enter, one of their less prominent foreign athletes would have to be deregistered.Despite the 26-year-old having appeared in just 12 Premier League games thus far this season, talkSPORT reports that United have no intention of releasing Wan-Bissaka this month due to the injury woes endured by Luke Shaw.The premature termination of Sergio Reguilon’s loan from Spurs further constrained the options available to Erik ten Hag at full-back; Reguilon was transferred to Brentford on loan for the duration of the season. Although Tyrell Malacia has yet to make a single appearance this season, he has recovered from knee surgery.


Five years after joining Old Trafford for £45 million from Crystal Palace in the summer of 2019, Wan-Bissaka has yet to establish himself as the starting right-hand side of the defense. Notwithstanding moments of subordination to Diogo Dalot, the former England U21 international’s contract was renewed for an additional year upon the activation of a one-year extension clause in the summer of 2025.