Ronaldo linked with Premier League return as Poyet discusses Liverpool ace

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RUMOURS are suggesting Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo could soon return to the Premier League.

According to reports in today’s newspapers, two Premier League clubs are ready to bid for the Portuguese superstar.

That is just one of the stories to have made the back pages, with Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool among the clubs to feature.

Man United are ready to offer Ronaldo £300,000 a week to bring him back to the club. (Daily Express)

However, the Red Devils and Chelsea have been told by the Spanish giants that Ronaldo is not for sale. (The Independent)

Bayern Munich forward Mario Gotze could consider a move abroad. (Daily Mail)

Sunderland manager Gus Poyet has refused to rule out returning with a bid for Liverpool forward Fabio Borini in January. (The Sun)

Everton may also revive their interest in Man United’s Tom Cleverley, who has joined Aston Villa on loan. (Daily Mirror)

Roma insist Man United target Kevin Strootman is not for sale. (Sky Sports)

Petr Cech could leave Chelsea in January, with Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid interested. (Daily Mirror)

Aston Villa have offered midfielder Jack Grealish a new deal to try and see off interest from Chelsea. (The Sun)

Lucas Piazon has admitted he could leave Chelsea on a permanent basis. (Daily Express)

Derby County are being linked with a loan move for Chelsea midfielder Lewis Baker. (Derby Evening Telegraph)

Meanwhile, it is relatively quiet on the transfer front at Newcastle United, with manager Alan Pardew under pressure to deliver results.