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(Photo) Cristiano Ronaldo swaps shirts with United transfer target after Nations League clash

Goals from Alvaro Morata and Ricardo Horta led to a 1-1 draw between Spain and Portugal in their Nations League clash.

Morata gave Spain the lead from close range in the Nations League A Group 2 opener after 25 minutes of play. Portugal substitute Horta levelled the scoring eight minutes from time, after coming on from the bench, as he sent the ball past Unai Simon.

After the game, Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo was pictured swapping shirts with Pau Torres. This jumps to our attention because the Spanish defender has been linked with a move away from Villarreal this summer, and it has been suggested that the Red Devils could make an offer as Erik ten Hag looks to bolster his defence in the transfer market.

It begs the question… will they be team-mates next season?

Photos courtesy of @utdreport

According to Fabrizio Romano, Torres has a release clause worth €55-60 million.

The talented centre-back is not the only defender on United’s list as the transfer window opens.

While Ajax starlet Jurrien Timber is a priority for Ten Hag, it would be nice to see United make some statements this summer to prove the board are going to back the new manager.

Is it too much to ask for two top centre-backs in the one window?

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4 responses to “(Photo) Cristiano Ronaldo swaps shirts with United transfer target after Nations League clash”

  1. Austin says:

    I think we should go for the duo Timber and Pau as our new center backs this summer window and it wouldn’t be a problem bring both in. This season has been worse a season to us all i mean we united fans due to defensive errors that wasn’t good enough so obviously we need to bring in new players. This season is overhauling and that’s the we are offloading and replacing in this summer window

  2. Adoka Terna says:

    I Pray So

  3. Femi says:

    Good decision

  4. Oluwaseun says:

    I pray pls united let go for the deal