Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to stay at Manchester United again next season. After the little feeling between the Portuguese champion and Ralf ragnick, it seemed that CR7's adventure in Manchester was over, with the new coach Erik ten Hag ready to do without the Portuguese.
However Ralf Rangnick has explained, as reported by the Sun, that CR7 will remain at Manchester United also in the next season with the contract expiring in 2023 which will therefore be respected. Now it will be necessary to understand how the Dutch coach who will arrive in the summer will want to manage the situation given the intention to focus on younger players who are functional to his playing philosophy.
Moreover, Cristiano comes from a really dark period: privately the death of one of his twins in childbirth, a news that has shocked the entire world of sport. The most sincere condolences go to Cristiano for the loss on the part of the Sport World News staff.
Ronaldo after the tragedy that hit them with the loss of one of the twins who were about to be born, has returned to talk about the grief that has struck him, his partner Georgina Rodriguez and his family. The couple, after having given news of the bereavement, reappeared with the rest of the family announcing that they are back together with the little baby girl as well.
The Manchester United star wrote on Instagram: "Home sweet home. Gio and our baby girl are finally together with us. We want to thank everyone for all the kind words and gestures. Your support is very important and we all felt the love and respect that you have for our family.
Now it's time to be grateful for the life that we've just welcomed into this world." Furthermore, there is still the issue of the Portuguese champion when he broke the cell phone of a young Everton fan during the match lost to United 1-0 at Goodison Park, with the investigation still ongoing.
An autistic child was resuming the moment of the Portuguese champion's passage, when Ronaldo hit the boy's hand, making him fall to earth the phone. Sarah Kelly, mother of Jake Harding, the autistic child hit by Ronaldo, said to the Liverpool Echo: "My son was filming all the United players, then he lowered his cell phone to see Ronaldo pulling down his socks and wanted to see what it was, it was bleeding.
He took my son's phone from his hand and broke it and kept walking. I can't believe it, my son has a bruise on his hand, you can see that there is a contact, he is bewildered. He's autistic and has dyspraxia and couldn't accept what was happening.
Ronaldo is my son's idol, he kept saying I'll see Ronaldo. Now he doesn't want to attend a football match anymore, it was his first time."