Cristiano Ronaldo’s camp has informed Manchester United that players will be sent off in the summer if they fail to qualify for the Champions League in their next campaign.
The Portuguese forward returned to the Red Devils in August last year with a two-year contract, hoping to bring the club back to its former glory, twelve years after its first exit to Real Madrid.
And while the 36-year-old was shining in front of the goal and won the net 14 times in 20 games, United fell to 7th place at the Premier League table, disappointed with the results and performance under Ralf Rangnick. Continue to do.
According to Sun, Ronaldo’s representative expressed concern in a recent meeting with Richard Arnold. Richard Arnold will soon take over Ed Woodward’s reins as United’s Chief Executive Officer.
According to the report, Ronaldo’s team is worried about the club’s direction this season, given that the iconic forward is desperate to end his playing career at a high price.
The Portuguese national team confirmed that he wanted to play until his forties. His aides fear that if he decides to stay in Manchester, he will be limited in the possibility of adding silverware to the trophy-laden CV.
United has won only five of the nine opening games in all tournaments since Ralf Rangnick took command in November, but Ronaldo helped a German coach last week to implement his ideas. He emphasized that “time is needed”.
However, Ronaldo hinted in another interview that he was dissatisfied with United’s youth attitude, saying that finishes below third place would be unacceptable.
“Manchester United should win the league or be second or third,” Ronaldo told Sky Sports.
“To be honest, Manchester United doesn’t see any other position. I don’t see it. In my eyes, I don’t accept that our spirit is less than in the top three.
“We can change things now. I don’t know the specific way to be a player, not a coach or president. I know how, but I don’t think it’s ethical, so here I will not mention it. [sic] To say that from my side.
“What I can say and what I can say is that we are in control. Manchester belongs to an important thing, we have to change it.
“I’m here in the club and I hate fighting for 6th, 7th and 5th place. I’m here to compete to win.
“I think we’re competing, but it’s not at the highest level yet. I believe there’s a long way to go and we can do big things if we change our minds.”
– Soccer Sports
Cristiano Ronaldo leaves Manchester United if he fails to qualify for the Champions League
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