Manchester United’s 5 Ballon d’Or superstar. Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly set to leave the club in the summer before falling asleep with the European giants again.
Real Madrid are reportedly preparing to sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United for a second term at the Santiago Bernabeu. Dor has been a standout player in United’s declining season. Having netted 23 goals in all competitions this season for the Red Devils, with 17 in the Premier League . in poor form
But the future of the 37-year-old Portuguese star at Old Trafford remains questionable. After just a season back at the UFABET club. Ronaldo left Manchester United for Real Madrid for a then world-record fee of £80 million in 2009 according to The Mirror . Showed great interest in returning to work with this player. Despite the fact that he has a contract with the Red Devils until next season with the option to extend for another year.
United are set to undergo major changes under new manager Erik ten Hag. Ronaldo is expected to be uncertain about the role. He will play in his plans for a revolution at Old Traf Nord. He is the mainstay of the team under Ralph Rangnick. But believes Ten Hag is planning for the future with a young energy-intensive team. That may allow Ronaldo to have limited playing time.
Ten Hag will take over at the end of the season. It has yet to make a decision about Ronaldo and Real Madrid could offer the player a possible exit from Manchester United. After the team almost guaranteed failure to qualify for next season ‘s UEFA Champions League if he wants to leave, Real Madrid’s all-time top scorer Ronaldo is hopeful he can win the trophy with Real Madrid. Manchester United after shockingly re-signing them last summer
But that didn’t really happen while Manchester. United had to endure a terrible season. This includes crushing defeats at the hands of Manchester City and Liverpool and a premature elimination of the Champions League . The signing of long-term target Kylian Mbappe, who they missed out on in the summer of 2021, despite preparing £172million for the Frenchman.