Cristiano Ronaldo to Leave? Manchester United Star Receives Huge Update Ahead of Winter Transfer Window

Manchester United may have a dilemma during the winter transfer window after Cristiano Ronaldo received a significant transfer update

Given that Cristiano Ronaldo is apparently planning to remain with the Premier League team, it appears as though his troubles with Manchester United will only get worse. ESPN reports that the 37-year-old will remain at Manchester United until the end of the current campaign when his contract expires because he hasn’t found a suitable team. After United failed to qualify for the current season’s Champions League, the former Real Madrid player declared his wish to leave during the summer transfer window. However, he was unable to land a job because he had few suitors.

Ronaldo hasn’t played much in Erik ten Hag’s starting line-up this season and has only scored one goal, which came in the Europa League.

He participated in United’s recent 3-2 victory over Omonia FC in the Europa League, although he did not score and also missed a clear opportunity. Despite a terrible error, he did help Marcus Rashford finish his hat trick for England. Following the game, Ten Hag discussed Ronaldo and remarked, “I believe the goaltender made some fantastic stops on his first two attempts. He had a few opportunities and also gave himself a few. He made an impact on this game because he was involved in a terrific move and run that resulted in the opening goal alongside Marcus Rashford.”


Ten Hag made the observation that his team needs to be more cunning and aggressive during the United press conference prior to the next Premier League match against Everton.

 “Yeah, nasty. I know what it means. I think also in that manner we can progress. Sometimes also play a little bit more smart. We have too much bookings and some in the start I heard yeah in the Premier League they will play tough but I’m really wondering, we collect so many bookings and I don’t understand. The first booking on Sunday, I really don’t understand that”, he said.

“We want to play tough and we want to keep the game going and in the second minute already it’s a booking [Dalot on Grealish]. I think it’s a duel. Clearly, it’s a foul, but then you get booked. And also, I saw many other bookings I think: ‘Okay, is that necessary?’ But also, I take it to the players. I have to keep the mirror [they have to look at themselves], that they have to play smart, but they also have to play nasty as well”, he further added.

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