Ronaldo Considering Leaving Man Utd Over Failure Of The Club To Sign New Players

 

Ronaldo Considering Leaving Man Utd Over Failure Of The Club To Sign New Players

According to Record, Manchester United star, Cristiano Ronaldo is contemplating staying with the team given their lack of successful transfer activity.

13 years after departing for Real Madrid, Ronaldo made his way back to Old Trafford last summer.

Despite scoring 24 goals in 38 games in all competitions, United could only manage the sixth place in the Premier League.

The 37-year-present old's deal expires the following year. Erik ten Hag, the new manager, and Cristiano Ronaldo have excitedly discussed the next season after the Dutchman executes a squad reconstruction.

However, despite interest in players like Darwin Nunez, who joined Liverpool, Frenkie de Jong, a midfielder for Barcelona, and Antony, a winger for Ajax, United has yet to complete a single deal.

Due to the club's apparent lack of transfer ambition, a disappointed Ronaldo is reportedly prepared to leave the club once more.

And the ex-superstar of Juventus and Sporting Lisbon reportedly gave the team the warning, "Up your game or I'll quit."

According to reports, Ronaldo warned his inner circle that he would begin seeking for a new club if there were no further transfers.

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