Man Utd News: Cristiano Ronaldo problem emerges after Jorge Mendes transfer develops | Soccer | sport

Reports claim Cristiano Ronaldo has been offered to Bayern Munich by super-agent Jorge Mendes – suggesting he is actively open to exploring an early exit from Old Trafford this summer. In recent days, the Portuguese press have revealed that the 37-year-old is considering his future at Manchester United due to the club’s lack of progress in the transfer market.

After United’s sixth-place finish last season, it was clear that a major overhaul was needed, but as of today, Erik ten Hag is yet to sign a new signing.

Talks are underway for Frenkie de Jong and Daniel Bachmann, while Antony is also of interest.

But at the end of the month, six players will officially leave the club, meaning there is a lot of work to be done before United are ready to compete.

According Sky GermanyRonaldo has indeed been offered to Bayern Munich by Mendes in recent weeks.

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“What I know about him is that he did a fantastic job for Ajax, he is an experienced coach,” Ronaldo said in May. “But we have to give him time.

“Things have to change the way he wants. I hope we are successful, of course, because if you are successful, all of Manchester is going to be successful as well. I wish him the best.

“We are happy and excited, not only as players but also as supporters. I wish him the best and believe that next year we will win trophies.”

Ronaldo wants United to show ambition as they strive to keep adding major trophies to their collection.

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He’s always been a winner and doesn’t want to entertain the idea of ​​settling for mediocrity.

The forward has one year left on his current contract with United, which also contains the option of an additional 12 months.

Ten Hag is also keen to build around his qualities and a sale isn’t even in the equation this summer.

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