Manchester United’s latest results not only leave Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s future in doubt, but also put the spotlight on Cristiano Ronaldo. From England they state that their departure could be a reality at the end of the season, due to this bad present of the Old Trafford team.
The defeats against Liverpool and Manchester City, and the draw against Atalanta show that Manchester United, despite the great investments it has made to try to reinforce the squad last summer, does not lift its head. Solskjaer is in doubt, but what worries most is what could happen with CR7 in the long term.
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored nine goals in 13 games, five of them in the Champions League, and which have been totally important for the team to carry out several games. However, even that does not mean that Manchester United can overcome this ‘crisis’ and, in fact, if this does not change, they could lose the Portuguese.
As reported by The Express, Cristiano Ronaldo could ask to leave Manchester United if at the end of the season they fail to qualify for the next Champions League. Not even playing the Europa League could ensure its continuity, so the club must take this into account to change the situation.
“It is not ruled out that he asks to leave at the end of this season if United is caught in the second European club competition,” is what the aforementioned English medium dictates. Keep in mind that Cristiano Ronaldo has never played the Europa League, and he doesn’t want that to happen, as it could mean a “blemish” on his career. Thus, there is a red alert with CR7 and its continuity at Old Trafford. (Bolavip)