Burnley supervisor Vincent Kompany has dominated out a transfer without cost agent Cristiano Ronaldo because the Clarets apparently “want gamers who can run”.
- Ronaldo launched by Manchester United
- Will not be becoming a member of Burnley
- Kompany questions ahead’s work charge
WHAT HAPPENED? Whereas working as a pundit for the BBC, Burnley supervisor Vincent Kompany jokingly dominated out a transfer for Ronaldo. The legendary frontman, who’s now free to discover a new membership following his launch from Manchester United, will not be banging them for the clarets any time quickly.
WHAT THEY SAID: “We’d like gamers who can run,” he mentioned with a wry smile when requested if he would take the 37-year-old ahead at Burnley.
Kompany added that he did not suppose anybody got here out of the ordeal nicely, anticipate United boss Erik ten Hag. “I believe that ultimately everyone loses, besides maybe the Manchester United supervisor. I believe it’s an issue that’s resolved they usually’ll transfer on from this, I’m positive.”
THE BIGGER PICTURE: The Portuguese ahead had his reported £500,000-a-week contract ripped up by his membership following his interview on TalkTV. Ronaldo can be searching for a brand new membership as soon as the World Cup is over.
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The Clarets don’t need him, so the place will he find yourself?
WHAT NEXT FOR RONALDO? A transfer to both Newcastle United or Saudi Arabian membership, Al-Nassar might be on the playing cards for the ahead. Sporting CP and Chelsea have each been linked up to now too.