Cristiano Ronaldo to stay at Old Trafford

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The Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo could play for Manchester United next season under Erik ten Hag. Unless and until Cristiano Ronaldo leaves the club. A new manager could take charge of Manchester United very soon. 

According to reports, Erik ten Hag has risen to the top of the list of contenders for the Old Trafford job over Mauricio Pochettino and Thomas Tuchel. In spite of this, he stated earlier in the season that he wouldn’t accept a lack of interest from the players who succeeds Ralf Rangnick.

Many expected Manchester United to compete for the Premier League title when Cristiano Ronaldo returned to United from Juventus in the summer. Beating fierce rivals Manchester City to the player’s signature. With Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane signing for Manchester. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seemed to finally have all the tools at his disposal to compete with Liverpool, Manchester City, and Chelsea.

United has since disintegrated. Despite being in contention for the FA Cup and Champions League at the time Solskjaer was ousted in November. The club’s board members thought the season could still go fine. The club, however, has struggled to reach the final of these competitions under Ralf Rangnick. United have lost both games of FA Cup and Champions League respectively to Middlesbrough and Atletico Madrid at Old Trafford. Cristiano Ronaldo has been a big part of this, scoring 18 goals in all competitions this season despite his power waning.

What made Cristiano Ronaldo change his mind

According to AS, the 37-year-old reportedly decided to ‘fulfill’ the remainder of his two-year contract. This suggests that he has a very good chance of staying at Old Trafford next season.

Cristiano Ronaldo believes United can compete in the domestic and Champions League next year, based on the information Sainz provided. Ronaldo probably knows who will be appointed to manage the next manager. An announcement for the same could happen this month.

United is five points behind Arsenal in the Premier League, despite playing two more games than Arsenal. Although Rangnick will move into a consultant role at the club in the summer. Rangnick is confident that the club will appoint the right person.

Mauricio Pochettino is said to be the favorite for the post, while Ajax coach Erik ten Hag was also mentioned. However, former Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel is also thought to have a shot at the job. Ronaldo, who was expected to leave, has now changed his mind. Since his return last summer, Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 18 goals for the club.

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