Madrid to exchange duo for United's Ronaldo

Real Madrid are to offer Manchester United Sergio Ramos and Robinho in exchange for Cristiano Ronaldo. Real have been linked with a move for Ronaldo for months now and so far they have been turned away by Man United boss Sir Alex Ferguson. (Metro)

Madrid are now willing to offer two of their star players in order to bring Ronaldo to the Bernabeu. Ronaldo, 23, has told everyone that he will wait til the end of Euro 2008 before deciding his future. United boss Ferguson is adamant the player will stay at Old Trafford and is even threatening Ronaldo by telling him he'll leave him in the stands should he want to leave the club.

I personally am of the opinion that Ronaldo will move to Madrid this summer, although I am sure a lot of United fans have different opinions. There is no doubt the Premier League will be worse off without the Portuguese winger. Ramos and Robinho wouldn't be too bad a deal for United though.

Taken from Terrace Views.