Little used by Erik ten Hag at Manchester United this season, Cristiano Ronaldo risks leaving Manchester United in the winter transfer market.
Mainly used in the Europa League, Cristiano Ronaldo is nothing more than a replacement in the eyes of Erik ten Hag at Manchester United. A terrible downturn for the Portuguese international, who did not have the favor of his coach to start the derby against Manchester City on Sunday afternoon in the Premier League (6-3). The divorce between CR7 and Manchester United is consummated, which will not retain the former Real Madrid striker in January. According to information released by Diario GOL, Manchester United will do everything possible to separate from Cristiano Ronaldo in January, after the World Cup in Qatar, in which the Portugal captain will play as an undisputed starter with his team.
Ronaldo wants to join a C1-ranked club this winter
The Manchester United coaching staff made the unanimous decision to leave Cristiano Ronaldo, a choice that Erik ten Hag also validated in person. For his part, the Portuguese is also looking to leave. And it is that according to information from the Spanish media, Cristiano Ronaldo already notified his agent Jorge Mendes that he wanted to leave Manchester United to join a club still classified in the Champions League for the second part of the season. Suffice it to say that various rumors are likely to resurface, from Chelsea to PSG via FC Barcelona. Last summer, #RonaldOM terrified Olympique de Marseille supporters over rumors of the Marseille club’s interest in Cristiano Ronaldo. The madness could return to Marseille in January if OM qualifies for the knockout stages of the Champions League, a scenario still possible thanks to the victory of Igor Tudor’s team against Sporting on Tuesday (4-1).
Longoria didn’t want Ronaldo last summer
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However, at the Canal+ microphone a few weeks ago, Pablo Longoria had been very firm about the rumor of Cristiano Ronaldo at Olympique de Marseille. “The Ronaldo rumour? No, she was never in the pipes. We have a sports project where we use the money available to try to improve. You can’t build a team around a single player. Having salary differences in a locker room is never positive “ Pablo Longoria had confided before Marseille’s defeat on Tottenham’s pitch. It remains to be seen if, in case of qualifying for the knockout stages of the Champions League, Olympique de Marseille will review their position on the subject of a possible arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo. However, one thing is for sure, the Portuguese will be in the transfer market. And for a paltry sum, since his contract will expire six months later at Manchester United.