Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo could rethink future amid uncertainty at Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Manchester United is said to be questionable.

After a poor 2021-22 season, the Portuguese are concerned about the club’s prospects, according to Spanish source AS.

United finished sixth in the Premier League with just 58 points, their poorest season in the competition.

Ronaldo won the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year title after scoring 18 goals, the most of any Manchester United player.
Despite the team’s problems, Ronaldo was a standout goalkeeper and was named to the PFA Premier League Team of the Year.

According to AS, Ronaldo does not want to spend his final years in football if he does not have the chance to win a title.

“With the reinforcements that United’s opponents are making and the inactivity with which United has started the transfer market, the future does not appear to be any brighter for United.”

“Cristiano is concerned about the current situation because he does not want to waste his last season in the top, or one of the last, without the opportunity to add a title to his resume.”

To compete with the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City, Ronaldo is alleged to have wanted high-quality additions in transfer window.

It’s one of the most important things that might determine his future at Manchester United.

The Portuguese international has been linked with a transfer to AS Roma, but the Spanish source has denied the report.

Ronaldo must be kept at United for another season, since he is crucial to their success on and off the field.

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