Cristiano Ronaldo could finally get his move out of Manchester United, with the club reportedly ready to listen to offers for the wantaway striker.
Ronaldo told United he wanted to leave at the beginning of the summer but they have so far been unwilling to let him leave, a year before his contract is due to expire.
United's current form may not have helped the 37-year-old's cause, seeing as they've lost two games and none of their players have even scored a goal yet.
However, according to talkSPORT, the club have decided that they are willing to listen to offers for the striker, with just two weeks left of the transfer window.
With United ready to offload last season's top scorer, Ronaldo now needs to hope a club makes a bid for him, although he could have struggles finding one.
The main reason he wants to leave is because of the club's lack of Champions League football this season and he'll only want to move to a team who can offer it him.
That was highlighted when the former Juventus forward rejected a huge offer from Saudi Arabia, which was worth a whopping £210 million over two years.
The problem now for the all time men's top goalscorer is that most of the biggest names in Europe have already turned down the chance to sign him.
Reports have claimed that Bayern Munich, Chelsea, PSG, Inter Milan and AC Milan have all previously turned down the chance, whilst Atletico Madrid's own fans turned on the club based on reports they were considering an offer.
United's change in tact could be to do with their own pursuit of a forward to replace Ronaldo, with reports claiming they're close to a deal.
According to some, Atletico Madrid's Matheus Cunha could be about to sign a €50 million deal with the Red Devils, although there is some issues.
Spanish outlets say that Atleti are not interested in negotiating for the Brazilian, meaning the Premier League side would have to pay his release clause.
The club have also been linked with moves for the likes of Cody Gakpo, Alvaro Morata, Mauro Icardi and Antony, all after deciding against signing Marko Arnautovic.
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