- Goalkeeper Marco Silvestri jokingly made the first play asking him for a sign.
- The Italian club is off to a good start to the season and is third in the table
- Ronaldo has started only one Premier League game for Man Utd this season
Udinese cheekily asked Cristiano Ronaldo if he would like to join the club in a post on social media.
The Friulian side are currently third in the Serie A table after taking 16 points in their opening seven games, thanks to five wins – and are looking to capitalize on their strong start to the campaign by jokingly calling the United star to sign for them. were expecting. ,
Andrea Sotil’s men hope to maintain that form for the rest of the season in a bid to move to European football, and a social media conversation started by goalkeeper Marco Silvestri took advantage of his good form by suggesting Ronaldo move to Italy Is.
Serie A side Udinese jokingly asked Cristiano Ronaldo to join the club on his Twitter account
It was goalkeeper Marco Silvestri who first asked Ronaldo about joining Udinese
Silvestri responded to a post on Instagram that tagged the Manchester United star, discussing Ronaldo’s ambitions and asking him to join Udinese.
The club then complied with their goalkeeper’s request by posting an image of the Instagram discussion on their Twitter account, adding some cheeky emoji and supporting Silvestri’s invitation.
The Portuguese legend spent most of the summer trying to get him out of Old Trafford, but several big clubs lost interest in signing him as he looked to Champions League football.
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Instead, the 37-year-old stayed at Old Trafford and had a poor start to the season. He has started just one Premier League game and has played only a small role in United’s current four-match winning streak.
His only goal of the campaign so far was a win over Sheriff Tiraspol in last week’s Europa League, Ronaldo’s first win in the competition.
United boss Erik ten Haag has opted for a more dynamic attack this season, putting Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and even Christian Eriksson ahead of Ronaldo.
Udinese have been one of Serie A’s surprise packages, losing only one game so far this season
Those current struggles haven’t disappointed Ronaldo, although he today dismissed claims that the World Cup will be his last major tournament, saying he plans to play for Portugal at Euro 2024.
Udinese have been one of the stories of the season in Serie A so far, only to lose one game and upset some of the league’s big guns.
Earlier this month they beat Roma 4-0 and registered a 3-1 win over Inter Milan last weekend.
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