Real Madrid would consider selling Cristiano Ronaldo back to Manchester United for £65million.
That’s the opinion of Spanish football expert Pete Jenson, who believes that Madrid are open to losing either Ronaldo or Gareth Bale this summer.
United have been linked with a big-money move for their former player, with reports claiming that the Portugal international is unhappy at the Santiago Bernabeu.
And speaking in an El Clasico Q&A for the Daily Mail, Jenson revealed that Ronaldo could be back at Old Trafford if the price is right.
When asked, ‘What’s the situation with Ronaldo and Bale in regards to their future?’, he explained: “A lot depends on who makes a move and on how much they are willing to pay.
“If a club bid £90m for Bale or £65m for Ronaldo (bearing in mind he is 30), I think Real Madrid would consider it.
“Ronaldo because it would make economic sense and Bale because it would not be unpopular with Real supporters.
“They definitely won’t sell both! And quite possible both will stay but it will be an interesting summer, especially if they win nothing and supporters are demanding an overhaul of the squad.”