“We will find young players and form a team”.

England’s ‘The Sun’ reported on the 6th (Korean time), “Newcastle manager Eddie Howe denied the transfer rumors about Cristiano Ronaldo, saying that he would recruit mainly ‘new talents’ rather than ‘old men’.”

At the end of last year, he played for Manchester United in the English Premier League (EPL), and moved to Al Nasr, a Saudi Arabia professional league team. 

According to Spanish media ‘El Nacional’, Ronaldo receives 200 million euros (about 294.4 billion won) annually from Al Nasr. This is the highest ransom in football history.

Ronaldo also ranked first in the annual athlete income rankings announced by Forbes for the first time in six years since 2017. However, he himself is experiencing difficulties in his Saudi life due to language barriers and cultural issues.스포츠토토

Several media also claimed that Ronaldo was giving up his huge salary and pursuing a return to Europe. The newly connected club is Newcastle, which is being operated by Saudi Arabia.

Newcastle, which is in third place in the league by causing a sensation this season, has been linked with Neymar as well as Ronaldo, raising the possibility of signing a ‘big name’.

Newcastle manager Dan Howe has denied it. The core of Newcastle’s sensation, he declared that he would run the team with a focus on young players rather than veterans.

Howe said, “The transfer rumor is not accurate. We have to recruit wisely,” and drew a line, saying, “We still have to discover mainly young players and develop them.”

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