- Cristiano Ronaldo has seen his transfer options narrow even as he pushes for an Old Trafford exit
- The veteran striker had earlier in the summer been linked with a move to several top European clubs
- The clubs, which include Borussia Dortmund, have turned down the chance to sign the 37-year-old
- However, Ronaldo has been handed a lifeline, with reports suggesting that Marseille are exploring the possibility of signing him
French giants Marseille are reportedly conducting a study to determine the viability of signing Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ronaldo is understood to be keen to depart Old Trafford despite having a year left on his current deal with Manchester United.
According to reports, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner is desperate to play in the Champions League this season.
Chelsea, Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich, Napoli, and Sporting Lisbon are among the clubs the 37-year-old has been linked with.
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However, he has seen his transfer options get limited, with those clubs turning down the chance to sign him.
Olympique Marseille exploring Cristiano Ronaldo transfer
A last roll of the dice in Ligue 1 could now offer the Portuguese talisman an opportunity to feature in Europe's elite competition.
According to talkSPORT, a move to Marseille has been mooted, with ex-Marseille striker Jean-Charles De Bono revealing Les Olympiens have already conducted a study into the financial feasibility of signing Ronaldo.
De Bono claims that the study is similar to the one done by Paris Saint-Germain before they signed Lionel Messi on a free transfer.
“A study is being carried out to find out what Ronaldo could bring to the club financially,” De Bono was quoted saying.
“Olympique decided to study the impact Ronaldo is having on sponsors around the world to bring them to Marseille," he added.
Source: Sports Brief News