Cristiano Ronaldo ‘ready to quit Manchester United due to lack of progress in transfers’

Cristiano Ronaldo is ‘ready to quit Manchester United this summer due to lack of progress in the transfer market under new coach Erik ten Hag’ – with no midfielder buying interest in Darwin Nunez, Frenkie de Jong and Anthony.

  • Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly considering leaving Manchester United
  • The Portuguese star is said to be ready to leave Old Trafford this summer
  • He is thought to be very frustrated with their lack of success in the transfers
  • Eric Ten Hag took over as United coach in April, replacing temporary Ralf Rangnick
  • The former Ajax coach is desperate to fix his team with new players
  • United wanted Darwin Nunez, who joined Liverpool, and was keen on Barcelona’s Frenkie de Jong and Ajax winger Anthony, but they have not made any deals yet.

Cristiano Ronaldo is considering exiting Manchester United this summer due to their lack of a successful transfer business, according to reports in Portugal.

The star returned to Old Trafford last summer, 13 years after leaving for Real Madrid for a then world record fee, but it didn’t prove to be the glorious return he had hoped for.

Ronaldo scored 24 goals in 38 matches in all competitions, but the team struggled to finish sixth in the Premier League, amid criticism for its impact on their pressing abilities and overall cohesion.

Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo (above) is reported to be ready to withdraw from Manchester United this summer due to his lack of progress in the transfer market under new coach Erik ten Hag.

Former Ajax coach Tin Hag (pictured) took over in April and aims to rebuild a great team

Former Ajax coach Tin Hag (pictured) took over in April and aims to rebuild a great team

The Portuguese veteran, 37, has one year left on his contract, and he and new coach Erik ten Hag, who replaced interim coach Ralph Rangnick in April, spoke with excitement about another season after the Dutchman implemented a rebuilding team.

But despite the interest in Darwin Nunez, who has joined Liverpool and Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong and Ajax winger Anthony, the club still hasn’t signed a single deal.

And according to Portugal’s Record website, deeply frustrated Ronaldo is ready to withdraw from the northwest side due to their apparent lack of transfer ambition.

The club and Glazer owners (pictured) have yet to complete a single transfer this summer

The club and Glazer owners (pictured) have yet to complete a single transfer this summer

The former Sporting Lisbon and Juventus star has reportedly issued an ultimatum to the club – “rise or I’m leaving”.

Ronaldo is said to have told his inner circle that the continued lack of transfers will cause him to start looking for another club.

He had previously told United’s website: “What I know about (Ten Hag) is that he has done a great job for Ajax, he is an experienced coach. But we have to give him time.

The Red Devils were interested in Darwin Nunez of Benfica, but he eventually joined Liverpool

The Red Devils were interested in Darwin Nunez of Benfica, but he eventually joined Liverpool

Ten Hag and United have been closely linked with Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong.

Ten Hag and United have been closely linked with Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong.

The coach is also keen to sign Brazilian winger Anthony (pictured) from the Eredivisie side

The coach is also keen to sign Brazilian winger Anthony (pictured) from the Eredivisie side

Things need to change the way he wants to. I hope that we will succeed, of course, because if it is successful, then all of Manchester will also succeed. I wish him the best.

We are happy and excited, not only as players, but as fans as well. I wish him the best and believe that next year we will win titles.”

Ajax defender Jorian Timber has already rejected a move after former United boss Louis van Gaal warned him about it, while derby youngster Malcolm Ebewe has reportedly turned down United in favor of Crystal Palace.

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