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Manchester United will beg for no one, the plan with Cristiano Ronaldo

By Harry Smith

Manchester United will beg for no one, the plan with Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo still doesn't want to stay and Manchester United are tired of his attitude

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The Premier League season is just around the corner, and Cristiano Ronaldo's future is still in the air, as he still has no intention to stay another season at Manchester United, and the club is sick of the subject. Even tho the club didn't want to sell him in the first place, they have now look for an alternative solution.

Erik Ten Hag has worked all summer to establish his Ajax philosophy to his new players and bringing some new faces to the team in Christian Eriksen, Tyrell Maciala and Lisandro Martínez, who are familiar with his particular style of play. Nevertheless, there has always been one problem: Ronaldo's negativity to stay.

Cristiano, with the help of his agent, Jorge Mendes, were looking for possible clubs who may be interested in signing his client during this transfer market. In spite of this, Manchester United didn't receive a single formal offer for the forward, but Cristiano keeps forcing his way out of Old Trafford to play for a Champions League team.

Big European clubs have denied any interest for Cristiano Ronaldo in the last few weeks, such as Bayern Munich, Atlético de Madrid, FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus, Chelsea, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain because of his high salary and his age. However, there may be an alternative so CR7 can leave Old Trafford this transfer window.

Manchester United's plan to get rid of Cristiano Ronaldo

During the last weeks, numerous reports say that Cristiano Ronaldo may play for another club this season if Manchester United renews his contract, which ends in 2023, so he can go out on loan to a Champions League side. This way, the Portuguese star will play the biggest European competition and come back to Manchester if they do well in the Premier League and qualify for the tournament.

 


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