CRistiano Ronaldo has been released from the national team and is currently in England, where he will end the mandatory period of isolation before starting work under Ole Gunner Solczier at the Manchester United training center.
Therefore, the arrival of the Portuguese international is scheduled to take place next Saturday, against Newcastle at Old Trafford. However, it seems that a match will not be televised in the UK.
According to the British newspaper Daily Mail, The TV rights holders of the Premier League, Sky Sports and BT Sports, “resisted the temptation to ask for a change” to the departure schedule of the Red Demons, which starts at 15:00 (Portugal prime time).
The story goes back to 1960, when the English Federation, the Premier League and the Football League signed an ordinance banning the showing of games on television between 14:45 and 15:15 on Saturday. Being supporters in stadiums.
As there is no formal request to change the schedule for the fourth round of the Premier League, the match marking the return of Cristiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford will only be broadcast on Radio Five Live.
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