Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Manchester United and could return to Sporting Lisbon

Transfer MYTH-buster! The latest news on Cristiano Ronaldo, Memphis Depay, Frenkie De Jong and more.

Transfer MYTH-buster! Cristiano Ronaldo NOT bound for Sporting Lisbon (but don’t rule anything out), Man United NOT keen to re-sign Memphis Depay, TRUTH about Chelsea negotiations… and Frenkie De Jong talks will go to thread

  • Wantaway star Cristiano Ronaldo isn’t swapping Manchester for Lisbon…yet
  • Chelsea continue talks with Barcelona for striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
  • Bernardo Silva is still of interest to PSG but could be too late for a deal to be done
  • Anthony Gordon still wants to leave Goodison Park for Tottenham or Chelsea

The clock is ticking on the summer transfer window, with less than a week until next Thursday’s deadline.

The future of some big names still remains uncertain, with a host of Premier League clubs still looking to wrap up transfer business.

sports mail clears up some of the rumors and clarifies where we are with some of the biggest deals possible in this window.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Manchester United have denied reports that Cristiano Ronaldo is set to return to his first club, Sporting Lisbon.

The Portuguese superstar has made no secret of his desire to leave Old Trafford this summer for a Champions League club, but a number of teams have turned down the chance to sign the 37-year-old.

Joining Lisbon isn’t on the cards at the moment, but it’s a move that can’t be ruled out before the end of the window.

Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Manchester United and could return to Sporting Lisbon

Memphis Depay

Dutch star Depay is looking for a way out of Barcelona, ​​but it won’t be through a return to Old Trafford.

The Red Devils have ruled out a move for the 28-year-old as well as Real Madrid’s Marco Asensio as they focus on a deal for Ajax star Antony.

Depay saw a move to Juventus fall apart earlier this week and has been frozen out of Barca, thanks to the arrivals of Robert Lewandowski and Raphinha.

There will be no Manchester United return for Memphis Depay as the club have ruled out a deal

There will be no Manchester United return for Memphis Depay as the club have ruled out a deal

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Chelsea remain in talks with Barcelona over the signing of former Arsenal man Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, but have yet to agree a fee.

Barcelona are reportedly looking for around £25m for the striker, while there is also a question mark over whether Marcus Alonso will be part of the deal.

The Catalans are reportedly keen to keep Alonso’s move separate but Chelsea would prefer the move to be part of Aubameyang’s deal.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang deal blocked by Marcus Alonso's status

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang deal blocked by Marcus Alonso’s status

Bernardo Silva

It seems surprising that Manchester City would consider letting Bernardo Silva leave the club, but the Portuguese has been linked with a move all summer – with Barcelona the most eager.

However, PSG are now keen to sign the influential midfielder and add him to their star roster in Paris.

Still, the French club believe a deal for the 28-year-old would be unlikely so late in the transfer window.

PSG are the latest club to try to tempt Bernardo Silva in a shock move from Man City

PSG are the latest club to try to tempt Bernardo Silva in a shock move from Man City

Anthony Gordon

Chelsea and Tottenham remain interested in bringing in the talented young star from Everton before Thursday’s transfer deadline.

The Toffees are reluctant to sell one of their most valuable assets, but Gordon is believed to be keen to leave the club.

Chelsea remain in charge, but manager Frank Lampard has denied a £60million offer has been made by his former club.

Anthony Gordon is keen to leave Everton for a Champions League club if a deal can be reached

Anthony Gordon is keen to leave Everton for a Champions League club if a deal can be reached

Frankie de Jong

It’s the transfer saga that’s been going on all summer, and yet it still doesn’t look like it’s going to end before next week’s deadline.

Manchester United have been in talks with De Jong for most of the summer but if a deal is reached it will likely be a last minute transfer.

The Dutchman is still waiting for Barcelona to reach a compromise on the salary owed to him before any move can be completed.

Frenkie de Jong won't go anywhere until he settles the money Barca have on him

Frenkie de Jong won’t go anywhere until he settles the money Barca have on him

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Transfer MYTH-buster! The latest news on Cristiano Ronaldo, Memphis Depay, Frenkie De Jong and more.

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