7th July, 2022
The CEO of Bayern Munich Oliver Kahn has ruled out the possibility of Cristiano Ronaldo moving to the Allianz Arena.
Kahn says the Portuguese superstar does not fit the recruitment “philosophy” at Allianz Arena.
The reigning Bundesliga champions had been mooted for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner as he looks to make his way through the exits at Old Trafford.
Bayern has benefited from the presence of an experienced frontman in Robert Lewandowski in recent times, and are seeing him pursue a fresh start of his own, but Kahn has sought to distance Bayern from any approach for 37-year-old Ronaldo.
Kahn told Kicker: “As highly as I rate Cristiano Ronaldo as one of the greatest, a transfer wouldn’t be a fit with our philosophy.”
However, there are few options available to Ronaldo as he looks to walk away from the final year of his contract in Manchester.
He has been linked to Chelsea.
According to Football London, Chelsea have prepared a £14m opening offer for Ronaldo.