Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Manchester United if reinforcements don't come?



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Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Manchester United if reinforcements don't come?

There is a lot of talk about Cristiano Ronaldo going to another club, in this case, Bayern Munich, but it seems that it will not happen. Although many media have reported such information, it appears that Ronaldo will not leave Manchester United However, not everything is so ideal.

The Portuguese newspaper, Record, emphasized that Ronaldo could change the environment if Manchester United does not bring reinforcements with whom they could at least fight for the Champions League. There is peace in Old Trafford for now, and there are no indications of such a thing.

Manchester United are interested in Frenkie de Jong, Jurien Timber, and Anthony, but they do not want to give as much money as the clubs ask of them. The players who left the club are Nemanja Matić, Paul Pogba, Edinson Cavani, Jesse Lingard, and Juan Mata.

New coach Erik ten Haag is now in trouble and sees the dissatisfaction of the fans. Ronaldo does not want to be on a team where he cannot fight for titles. "Things have to change in the direction he wants. I hope he will succeed, because if he is successful - we will all be ", said Ronaldo about ten Haag.

Players they want

If things don't change quickly - Ronaldo could leave the club. The media have already written that Ajax defender Jurien Timber refused to move to United after the former boss of that club, Louis van Gaal, warned that this is a club that has no prospects.

Several other players have rejected Manchester United, but that does not mean that United will not bring reinforcements. Problem is that rivals are stepping up like Liverpool, and Manchester City. However, most believe that United want to change the club's policy and that they do not want to give huge money to players who are not worth so much.

They have made such mistakes in previous seasons and now want to negotiate longer. Admittedly, it’s much wiser to do this at the moment, as they are aware that they have given too much money to players who have shown nothing.

We believe that United will find adequate reinforcements by the end of the transfer deadline, with which they can at least secure the Champions League. There is quality here, and we will see if the Dutch coach can solve some things further. The only problem is the fans who are increasingly impatient and want this crisis to end.