The summer transfer of Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo by Atletico Madrid has been ruled out.
The Spanish LaLiga juggernauts, according to Marca, do not consider a Ronaldo transfer to be “economically viable.”
Atletico Madrid was unable to pay the 37-year-exorbitant old’s wage.
Ronaldo is eager to leave Manchester United and sign with a team that will play in the UEFA Champions League rather than the Europa League.
His goal is to catch Paco Gento by winning his sixth European Cup.
Ronaldo won four Champions League titles with Real Madrid between 2014 and 2018 after winning one with Manchester United in 2008.
Even though Atletico Madrid often competes in the Champions League and will do so in the 2022–2023 season, the situation as it stands makes it unworkable.