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Cristiano Ronaldo, Goodbye To Manchester United?

From the United Kingdom they point out that not qualifying for the next Champions League could precipitate their departure. The overwhelming defeats against Liverpool and City have left the 'Red Devils' in sixth place, nine points behind the leader.

Times are mixed at Old Trafford. The Manchester United is still the big disappointment in the Premier League this season. After having propped up the squad with the signings of Jadon Sancho, Raphael Varane and Cristiano Ronaldo, the truth is that the performance of the team trained by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is far from the expectations that had been generated at the beginning of the course, and more after the hiring of the Portuguese striker.

In the Champions League, the British still have to close qualification for the round of 16, while in the Premier, the situation is dramatic. And, a team like United, made to fight for the title, has seen in recent weeks how two of the rivals with whom it fights for the league, such as Liverpool and Manchester City, have defeated them at home, and not exactly tight.

The relationship with Solskjaer is at a tense point

The concern is evident and the nervousness begins to increase. Solskjaer is widely questioned, but United are not clear on who to bet on to relieve the Norwegian on the bench. As if that were not enough, despite the coach's praise for Cristiano, stating that "Ronaldo was for United the same as Jordan for the Bulls," from England it is pointed out that the relationship between the two is at a tense point.

Cristiano Ronaldo considers leaving United if they do not play the next Champions League

And from British soil, it is also beginning to talk about the possibility that Cristiano Ronaldo left Manchester United at the end of the season. According to 'Express', the Portuguese would not accept to play the next edition of the Europa League, and United's failure to qualify for the next edition of the Champions League, could mean his goodbye, despite the fact that the will of the Portuguese was to be "three or four more seasons "at United.

The truth is that Cristiano Ronaldo is starring in the little good news of the 'Red Devils' this season, being decisive with his last minute goals that have allowed United's situation to not be worse today.

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