Cristiano Ronaldo’s objective has always been to leave Manchester United this summer. With Manchester United starting the season with two fixtures in hand and last on the table, Ronaldo is even more keen on leaving the club. From the start of the season, Ronaldo stated he wanted to leave the club as he felt Manchester United did not have a championship-winning team; to this point, it seems he was right all along.
Jorge Mendes is still attempting to find a solution, including the possibility of a last-minute transfer as they did a year ago.
Jorge Mendes continues to investigate his alternatives as Man United maintains that the player is not available for purchase. It is a very unpredictable situation right now for the club and for Ronaldo. There are few clubs that can afford to pay Ronaldo’s salary and at 37 years old, Ronaldo is unlikely to sign a long-term contract with any club.
With the 2022 World Cup just under 100 days, many believe Ronaldo will stick around Manchester and continue to get playing time as Ronaldo has big objectives with Portugal this winter in Qatar.