Panic As Ronaldo Tells Man United Chiefs What to do For Him to Stay Next Season

Panic As Ronaldo Tells Man United Chiefs What to do For Him to Stay Next Season

  • Cristiano Ronaldo wants Manchester United chiefs to sign more players in the summer as condition for him to stay
  • The Old Trafford landlords were not impressive last season as they failed to finish among the top four team
  • The likes of Jesse Lingard and Paul Pogba have departed Manchester United as the club still struggling to recruit

Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly told those in charge of Premier League giants Manchester United that he could be leaving before the start of the coming season if they fail to sign new players.

At the outgone Premier League season, Cristiano Ronaldo tried his best for Manchester United even though the club did not win any title and also failed to finish among the top four.

Erik ten Hag has been named the new manager at Old Trafford and has been given the mandate of changing the fortune of the club next term in all competitions.

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Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo in action for Man United.
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The likes of Liverpool, Manchester City, Arsenal and Spurs have been recruiting and Cristiano Ronaldo is worried about Manchester United summer.

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According to the report on Express UK, Cristiano Ronaldo has outlined that he will seek to move on before the new season if United cannot deliver in the transfer market.

Football director John Murtough does have several plates spinning but there has been little progress since the window opened nearly two weeks ago.

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Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how English Premier League club Manchester United have been told they will regret not appointing Antonio Conte during their turbulent period.

Patrice Evra minced no words when he suggested that Conte is ranked among the best managers in the world and that the Red Devils should have gone ahead to appoint the Italian tactician.

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SPORTbible reports that following the sack of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, many had thought United would hire Conte as their next manager, but instead, they opted for Erik Ten Hag.

The Frenchman is also applauding Conte for what the manager has done at Tottenham Hotspur so far but said he will also give Ten Hag his full support.

Source: Sports Brief News