Manchester United: Ronaldo makes whereabouts dependent on new coach – and opposes Rangnick’s survival


Cristiano Ronaldo could leave Manchester United after one season. According to the Daily Star, the Portuguese has a condition to stay after the summer.

According to this statement, Ronaldo, whose contract runs until 2023, would only stay if he approved the successor to interim coach Ralf Rangnick. Mauricio Pochettino and Erik Ten Hag have been traded in recent weeks.

The report also shows that the 36-year-old would not support Rangnick in continuing to serve as head coach.

According to the current status, this is not an option for the Red Devils anyway. As originally intended, the 63-year-old should retire as a consultant after the season ends.

At the end of last year there were already rumors from England that large parts of the team were dissatisfied with Rangnick’s way of working. According to reports, Ronaldo is also one of them.

The many different systems that the German has played up to now would be met with misunderstanding. The press and some experts had recently sharply criticized Rangnick.

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