Premier League: Cristiano Ronaldo Will Leave Manchester United If…


Cristiano Ronaldo will defend Manchester United until June 30, 2023. However, Ronaldo’s togetherness at MU could end sooner if he fails to qualify for the Champions League next season.

Failure is still very possible, especially if you look at Manchester United’s score so far in the Premier League. The Red Devils are only able to bag one win from the last six games in the league.

The victory was obtained from Tottenham Hotspur who were also faltering when they were under the care of the previous coach, Nuno Espirito Santo. If Antonio Conte had been nurtured, the Red Devils team might have achieved disappointing results.

Scored six goals and conceded 13 goals, that is Manchester United’s record in those six matches. This nick makes MU now in sixth place in the Premier League standings with a value of 17, five points behind Liverpool in fourth place.

However, Manchester United are still not interested in turning away from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. They still entrust the post of manager to the man from Norway, and according to predictions the dismissal will not be carried out until the end of the season.

Cristiano Ronaldo Will Leave
People are starting to be skeptical of Manchester United’s achievements if Solskjaer is not replaced. The worst situation, MU could fail to occupy the top four and have to miss the Champions League next season.

If the worst situation occurs, the Red Devils are threatened with losing Cristiano Ronaldo . Express reports the star will force his way out of Old Trafford if United do not participate in next season’s Champions League.

The Portuguese player’s desire to win trophies is difficult to match. It is believed that Cristiano Ronaldo is reluctant to be at a club that does not have the expectations and capabilities of his level.

Ronaldo’s Big Ambition
Ronaldo did not return to Manchester United with the aim of enjoying the rest of his career in football. The 36-year-old has made it clear that he wants to win trophies with Manchester United.

“I said what I felt at the time, that I was here to win. Manchester United is a sign of winning something and I’m not on holiday here,” Ronaldo told Sky Sports some time ago.

“I told them that I saw great potential in this team. They are very young players, have potential and I am here to win and help the team build something new.”

Ronaldo’s own performance does not seem to have decreased even though he is far from young. In this bad period, he is still able to score a total of nine goals from 12 appearances in all competitions.

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Premier League: Manchester United is better without Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo is an important figure in Manchester United’s attack line this season. However, former Arsenal midfielder Paul Merson said Manchester United would be better off without Ronaldo.

The Portugal national team captain returned to the Red Devils team on August 27, 2021. Cristiano Ronaldo was signed by Manchester United from Juventus with a tag of £12.85 million.

The presence of CR7 is expected to be able to boost the performance of the Red Devils and be able to compete in domestic and European competitions. Ronaldo also performed brilliantly in the second half of this season.

He managed to gain nine goals and one assist from 13 matches in all competitions. Unfortunately, Cristiano Ronaldo’s impressive performance did not have a big impact on Manchester United’s appearance.

The Red Devils are only able to win two wins, two draws and swallow three defeats from seven matches in all competitions. Most recently, Manchester United lost 0-2 to Manchester City at Old Trafford, 6 November.

Better Without Ronaldo
Paul Merson believes that the return of Cristiano Ronaldo has cost him a lot Manchester United . According to the former Arsenal striker, Manchester United’s appearance would be more alive without Ronaldo’s presence.

“You don’t get that with Ronaldo. It’s gone now. They don’t have that pace anymore.”

What’s the point of having 20 goals per season as a striker if you don’t win anything? It’s like Harry Kane at Spurs. Having a striker who scores a lot of goals doesn’t guarantee you are in the top four.”