The Cristiano Ronaldo saga took a late deadline day twist on Thursday with reports in Turkey indicating that the 37-year-old Manchester United striker has agreed in principle to join Fenerbahce.
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In Turkey, the transfer window is open until September 8 and that is enough time for Jorge Mendes to seal a move away from Old Trafford for his client, Ronaldo.
It is reported that Ronaldo met with manager Jorge Jesus, who was able to persuade his compatriot to make the switch to the Super Lig, and with the transfer window now closed across Europe’s top leagues, the Yellow Canaries are optimistic of landing him ahead of other suitors.
According to Ajansspor, an agreement has been reached in principle between the Portugues and Fenerbache president Ali Koc, with only final details left to complete the deal.
It also learnt that Fenerbahce manager, Jorge Jesus is being influential towards the move as he had convinced his compatriot to make the move to the Super Lig.
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