Cristiano Ronaldo Future 'Uncertain' Under Incoming Man United Erik Ten Hag

Cristiano Ronaldo is ‘not guaranteed’ to play every game under Manchester United's incoming manager Erik Ten Hag, which will not sit well with the club legend who has scored 17 times in the Premier League since his return to Old Trafford last summer.

In his last three games, he has scored five goals, including a hat-trick against Norwich City on April 16, taking his tally across all competitions this season to 23 with a goal for United against Chelsea on Thursday night.

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Despite his outstanding goal-scoring season, Ronaldo's future is uncertain, with Ten Hag taking over as manager from Ralf Rangnick at the end of 2021/22.

According to the Mirror, the Dutch manager wants to build around 'energy and youth,' with a major summer squad revamp planned. He’s also decided that Ronaldo won’t be guaranteed to start every single game as a result.

Ten Hag has been announced as the next Red Devils' boss and will head to Old Trafford when his commitments finish with Ajax this term.

The Portuguese international has been playing a lead role in the attack on regular basis under former boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and interim boss Ralf Rangnick.

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Real Madrid are keen on a summer reunion with the forward, who netted 451 goals in 438 games during his time with them.

With Ronaldo set to not playing Champions League football next season for the first time since 2019 after United failed to qualify, and also United ending the season without a trophy for the fifth year on the role, the deal for Ronaldo to leave the Red Devils could happen.

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