Cristiano Ronaldo Could Leave Man United As Sooner Than Expected.

Manchester United talisman Cistiano Ronaldo is considering his future at the club, and could leave next summer if he is not okay with the club’s next managerial appointment.

According to The Star, Ronaldo’s future will hugely rely on who is named Man United’s next permanent manager.

Man United are currently facing a crisis in which their team appear not to be working as a cohesive unit, and Ronaldo '36' is being questioned as being the root cause of the problem.

Sources claim that as many as 11 players now want to leave Man United after becoming disillusioned with life at the club.

Many of the players are underwhelmed by Rangnick’s coaching, not impressed by his tactics and disappointed by the quality of his assistants.

Recall that Ralf Rangnick was named interim manager for 6-months following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last November, and the German is expected to take up 'Senior Football Advisor' role at Old Trafford on a two year deal ahead of next season.

PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino, Ajax manager Erik Ten Hag, and Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers have all been tipped to take over the helms of affairs as United next permanent manager.

Incoming Man United Chief Executive Officer 'Richard Arnold' who is set to replace Ed Woodward in February 1, has the decision to make in appointing the next full time boss.

This decision would determine Ronaldo's future at the club.


CloudNine Sports understands that the five-time Ballon d'Or winner is out of contract at the end of next season (2023), having returned to the club last summer from Juventus on a deal making him the highest paid player in the Premier League.

He was bought to strengthen the squad, and help them challenge for trophies, so far he has scored 14 goals in 21 appearances across all competition this season.

Man United are currently, 4 points behind fourth place Arsenal, 11 points behind Liverpool, 12 points behind Chelsea, and 22 points behind leaders Man City.

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