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Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks Silence on His Future at Man United
- Cristiano Ronaldo has appeared to put to rest speculation about his future with Man United after he claimed he is "happy and motivated" at the club
- The former Real Madrid forward has widely been linked with a possible Old Trafford exit just months after he rejoined Man United
- Ronaldo is said to have held showdown talks with his agent, Jorge Mendes, over his future with the Red Devils
Cristiano Ronaldo may have put to rest concerns about his future with Manchester United after declaring that he is "happy and motivated" at the club.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner's attitude and tactical role have often been put into question amid United's torrid run of form this term.
Those issues came to the fore in March when he reportedly held discussions with his agent, Jorge Mendes, over his future at Old Trafford.
Cristiano Ronaldo hints at his future at Man United
The 37-year-old has already been linked with a summer exit, just months after he rejoined Man United from Juventus.
There are suggestions Ronaldo could make a move to the Major League Soccer with Inter Miami and a possible return to his home country to wind up his football career.
However, the Portuguese appears to have put that to rest after disclosing that he "feels happy and motivated" with the Red Devils.
He further detailed his desire to help the club continue their push for a top-four finish at the end of the season.
"I feel so happy and motivated for the rest of the season," Ronaldo said as quoted by The Sun.
"I will do my best, like all the time - so thank you to them (who voted for me) and see you soon at Old Trafford," he added.
Man United close to naming new manager
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Man United appear to have made the decision to hire Eric ten Hag as the club's permanent manager.
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Ten Hag has been a firm favourite for the role alongside Paris Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino.
However, the Dutchman appears to have beaten Pochettino to the lucrative role, with reports suggesting United have settled on him.