The 31-year-old three-time World Player of the Year is believed
to have held talks with the Blues, and chief executive Garry Cook claims a deal
for the AC Milan ace is very much on the cards.
"We are only awaiting Ronaldo to confirm that he has recovered from knee
injuries,” he said. "I've got to change the culture at this club. Today you can
grow quicker than it took Manchester United.
“We just need a superstar. China and India are gagging for football content to
watch and we're going to tell them that City is their great content. We are a
global franchise entity.
“We told Mark Hughes not to come here if he thought we didn't need a superstar."