Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo’s second stint at Old Trafford has not gone as the striker would have thought. After making a move from Juventus last season, Ronaldo started his stint on a high but his form went down slowly and steadily as the Premier League club failed to put on collective performances. This also resulted in a change of management as Erik ten Hag replaced Ralf Ragnick.
With the Erik ten Hag taking over, the talks of revamping in the Manchester United camp picked pace. A few reports also claimed that Ten Hag does not want Cristiano Ronaldo in the Red Devils’ setup. These reports were followed by reports of Ronaldo looking to make a move out of the English club. However, everything was put to rest once the striker rubbished the reports of him seeking an exit from the setup.
But once again, reports have started emerging that the 37-year-old make a move to some other club amid a lack of signings in the Premier League club. An AS.com report has claimed that Ronaldo is concerned about the lack of signing from Manchester United in this summer transfer window and thus wants to move out of the club. Notably, the Portuguese striker has still 12 months left in his contract with the Red Devils.
Ronaldo to go back to Juventus?
The report has also claimed that the 37-year-old footballer is looking to move to an Italian or Portugal club. His former club Juventus can also be a possibility for Ronaldo as his manager Jorge Mendis has already made a move and offered the 37-year-old striker’s service to Juventus.
Notably, Ronaldo is in the twilight of his career and thus is looking to finish things on a high. Therefore, he wants to be at a club that has the capability to win titles and Manchester United are not looking close to getting one considering the kind of performances they have put in the last few seasons. United have not won the Premier League title since 2013 and last won a trophy in 2017. They finished last season in sixth place.