The Glazer family is ready to do business with Real Madrid and accept its mega-offer for Cristiano Ronaldo following lengthy talks with the Manchester United directors, according to a report in Spanish sports daily
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It was reported some weeks ago that Madrid was considering bypassing the vociferous Scottish manager in order to try and tempt the Glazers, and it may be working.
After a meeting with United executive director David Gill, the club's bosses are even more convinced that the cash on offer is worth more than the player himself.
The latest reports on Ronaldo requiring surgery have not thought to have dampened Madrid's desire, because as reported on Wednesday, the club cannot afford to miss out on signing him.
Some figures within the Bernabéu doubt the sense in splashing out so much money when the club's debts are already alleged to be bordering on $630 million, but president Ramón Calderón is keen to press on.
Previous figures of $140 million were mentioned, but