Cristiano Ronaldo's summer is going from bad to worse as the wantaway Manchester United star has his £600,000 Roll Royce clamped in Lisbon.
The 37-year-old, who is currently on leave from training due to 'family reasons', rocked United earlier this month by handing in a transfer request, less than a year after making what was supposed to be a glorious Old Trafford return.
He's has made it clear that he wants to spend the remaining years of his career playing in the Champions League and has urged the Red Devils to sell him if an offer from a top club comes in.
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While they had initially hoped to hold onto the Portugal international this summer, United now realise that keeping Ronaldo against his will won't benefit anyone and are understood to be keen to offload him as soon as possible – though that might be easier said than done.
Bayern Munich and Chelsea are the only two clubs reportedly monitoring the situation that wouldn't represent a massive step down for Ronaldo, though Bayern chief Oliver Khan recently ruled out a move, while Chelsea are yet to formalise their interest with a bid.
Moves to Barcelona and PSG have been rumoured, but both are unlikely given Barcelona's delicate financial situation and PSG's already-stacked forward line.
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Elsewhere, the likes of Roma, Napoli and Ronaldo's former club Sporting Lisbon are said to be interested, but the superstar forward would likely have to take an astronomical wage cut to join any of them.
Ronaldo's luxury Rolls Royce getting clamped isn't the first car-related mishap to happen to the five-time Ballon d'Or winner this summer.
While on holiday with his family in Majorca, his £1.7million Bugatti – which was shipped out especially for the trip – was crashed into the side of his holiday home by an unnamed member of Ronaldo's security team. Luckily no one was injured.
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