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Is Cristiano Ronaldo to Leave in January?

Erik ten Hag won’t prevent Cristiano Ronaldo from leaving Manchester United in January, according to recent rumours.

Despite the efforts of super agent Jorge Mendes, the 37-year-old megastar was unable to leave Old Trafford during the summer transfer season.

Ronaldo is now a benchwarmer for the Red Devils. He made just two starts for United since United’s 4-0 defeat at Brentford on August 13. That was his only starting position in seven Premier League contests this year.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner was then kept in the Old Trafford hot seat for the Dutch manager’s debut season. However, Ten Hag is now prepared to approve his departure. According to The Telegraph, Ronaldo is considering a January departure.

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Frustrated Ronaldo

Is Cristiano Ronaldo to Leave in January?
Is Cristiano Ronaldo to Leave in January?

The captain of Portugal has maintained a high level of professionalism throughout his situation. He is hoping that a successful performance at the World Cup in Qatar this winter would persuade a Champions League team to recruit him in January.

After less than 18 months back in Manchester, it’s expected that Old Trafford’s management would bid their legendary No. 7 farewell if a suitable offer comes up.

In Sunday’s Manchester derby, when the Red Devils were humiliated 6-3 by fierce rivals City, Ronaldo cut a dejected figure on the bench. Ten Hag decided not to substitute Ronaldo after using all five of his options “out of respect” for his “great career.”

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Roy Keane and Rio Ferdinand, two United veterans, demanded that their former teammate be given the opportunity to play. Ronaldo’s solitary goal this season came from the penalty spot against Moldovan minnows FC Sheriff in the Europa League. According to Keane, Ten Hag has treated Ronaldo with “disrespect,” and he predicts that things will soon get “ugly.”

What did Keane say?

The Old Trafford legend lamented, “I think he should have been allowed go before the transfer window closed,” on Sky Sports.

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“Okay, you say you need options, but you don’t hold on to Ronaldo to sit on the bench,” the Pundit said. “I believe he is being held back. He is among the best players to ever exist. He had options; the notion that he had none is untrue; he had four or five excellent options.” 

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Okay, so the manager substituted [Anthony] Martial today, and he scored twice, so that’s justifiable; nevertheless, in the larger picture, we all know that he won’t be playing Ronaldo. He has participated in a few European matches. The season will only get worse from here on out.

What did Rio say?

Ferdinand, on the other hand, agreed with Keane and criticised Ten Hag’s choice to sit Ronaldo versus City. “Your leading goal scorer, who averages 24 or 25, cannot sit on the bench. I apologise.”The 81-cap England international made the claim on his YouTube show Vibe with FIVE.

“People continue to discuss… And when I hear Roy Keane discuss it, I have to say that I completely concur. Why are we constantly worried about what other people don’t do? What does he excel at? Goal scoring is one of the most difficult football skills to master, and this player does it as well as anyone.”

Erik ten Hag won’t prevent Cristiano Ronaldo from leaving Manchester United in January, according to recent rumours.

Despite the efforts of super agent Jorge Mendes, the 37-year-old megastar was unable to leave Old Trafford during the summer transfer season.

Ronaldo is now a benchwarmer for the Red Devils. He made just two starts for United since United’s 4-0 defeat at Brentford on August 13. That was his only starting position in seven Premier League contests this year.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner was then kept in the Old Trafford hot seat for the Dutch manager’s debut season. However, Ten Hag is now prepared to approve his departure. According to The Telegraph, Ronaldo is considering a January departure.

Check Also: Cristiano Ronaldo Will Always Remain the Best, Says Danilo

Frustrated Ronaldo

Is Cristiano Ronaldo to Leave in January?
Is Cristiano Ronaldo to Leave in January?

The captain of Portugal has maintained a high level of professionalism throughout his situation. He is hoping that a successful performance at the World Cup in Qatar this winter would persuade a Champions League team to recruit him in January.

After less than 18 months back in Manchester, it’s expected that Old Trafford’s management would bid their legendary No. 7 farewell if a suitable offer comes up.

In Sunday’s Manchester derby, when the Red Devils were humiliated 6-3 by fierce rivals City, Ronaldo cut a dejected figure on the bench. Ten Hag decided not to substitute Ronaldo after using all five of his options “out of respect” for his “great career.”

Roy Keane and Rio Ferdinand, two United veterans, demanded that their former teammate be given the opportunity to play. Ronaldo’s solitary goal this season came from the penalty spot against Moldovan minnows FC Sheriff in the Europa League. According to Keane, Ten Hag has treated Ronaldo with “disrespect,” and he predicts that things will soon get “ugly.”

What did Keane say?

The Old Trafford legend lamented, “I think he should have been allowed go before the transfer window closed,” on Sky Sports.

“Okay, you say you need options, but you don’t hold on to Ronaldo to sit on the bench,” the Pundit said. “I believe he is being held back. He is among the best players to ever exist. He had options; the notion that he had none is untrue; he had four or five excellent options.” 

Okay, so the manager substituted [Anthony] Martial today, and he scored twice, so that’s justifiable; nevertheless, in the larger picture, we all know that he won’t be playing Ronaldo. He has participated in a few European matches. The season will only get worse from here on out.

What did Rio say?

Ferdinand, on the other hand, agreed with Keane and criticised Ten Hag’s choice to sit Ronaldo versus City. “Your leading goal scorer, who averages 24 or 25, cannot sit on the bench. I apologise.”The 81-cap England international made the claim on his YouTube show Vibe with FIVE.

“People continue to discuss… And when I hear Roy Keane discuss it, I have to say that I completely concur. Why are we constantly worried about what other people don’t do? What does he excel at? Goal scoring is one of the most difficult football skills to master, and this player does it as well as anyone.”

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Erik ten Hag won’t prevent Cristiano Ronaldo from leaving Manchester United in January, according to recent rumours.

Despite the efforts of super agent Jorge Mendes, the 37-year-old megastar was unable to leave Old Trafford during the summer transfer season.

Ronaldo is now a benchwarmer for the Red Devils. He made just two starts for United since United’s 4-0 defeat at Brentford on August 13. That was his only starting position in seven Premier League contests this year.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner was then kept in the Old Trafford hot seat for the Dutch manager’s debut season. However, Ten Hag is now prepared to approve his departure. According to The Telegraph, Ronaldo is considering a January departure.

Check Also: Cristiano Ronaldo Will Always Remain the Best, Says Danilo

Frustrated Ronaldo

Is Cristiano Ronaldo to Leave in January?
Is Cristiano Ronaldo to Leave in January?

The captain of Portugal has maintained a high level of professionalism throughout his situation. He is hoping that a successful performance at the World Cup in Qatar this winter would persuade a Champions League team to recruit him in January.

After less than 18 months back in Manchester, it’s expected that Old Trafford’s management would bid their legendary No. 7 farewell if a suitable offer comes up.

In Sunday’s Manchester derby, when the Red Devils were humiliated 6-3 by fierce rivals City, Ronaldo cut a dejected figure on the bench. Ten Hag decided not to substitute Ronaldo after using all five of his options “out of respect” for his “great career.”

Roy Keane and Rio Ferdinand, two United veterans, demanded that their former teammate be given the opportunity to play. Ronaldo’s solitary goal this season came from the penalty spot against Moldovan minnows FC Sheriff in the Europa League. According to Keane, Ten Hag has treated Ronaldo with “disrespect,” and he predicts that things will soon get “ugly.”

What did Keane say?

The Old Trafford legend lamented, “I think he should have been allowed go before the transfer window closed,” on Sky Sports.

“Okay, you say you need options, but you don’t hold on to Ronaldo to sit on the bench,” the Pundit said. “I believe he is being held back. He is among the best players to ever exist. He had options; the notion that he had none is untrue; he had four or five excellent options.” 

Okay, so the manager substituted [Anthony] Martial today, and he scored twice, so that’s justifiable; nevertheless, in the larger picture, we all know that he won’t be playing Ronaldo. He has participated in a few European matches. The season will only get worse from here on out.

What did Rio say?

Ferdinand, on the other hand, agreed with Keane and criticised Ten Hag’s choice to sit Ronaldo versus City. “Your leading goal scorer, who averages 24 or 25, cannot sit on the bench. I apologise.”The 81-cap England international made the claim on his YouTube show Vibe with FIVE.

“People continue to discuss… And when I hear Roy Keane discuss it, I have to say that I completely concur. Why are we constantly worried about what other people don’t do? What does he excel at? Goal scoring is one of the most difficult football skills to master, and this player does it as well as anyone.”

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