Ronaldo is going to leave Man Utd!

Ronaldo is going to leave Man Utd!

Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo is considering leaving the club due to lack of progress.

The transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United last summer was perceived only as the return of the legend to his home club. Hopes were immediately pinned on him for getting results in important matches, with which he consistently coped. Just remember his goal in the Champions League group stage matches, thanks to which Manchester United made their way to the playoffs.

The departure of romantic Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the arrival of systemic Ralf Rangnick should have motivated the players even more for the result, especially since the German would remain in the club's system as an adviser. But his attempts to please everyone and everyone brought discord into the locker room and made even Ronaldo doubt the correctness of the chosen development vector.

Because of this, the United players were divided into groups. Some players want to leave and many do not understand the complex tactics of a temporary coach. Therefore, even the icon of modern football is thinking about leaving Old Trafford again.

This is what Diario Sport reports, saying that Ronaldo told his agent Jorge Mendes to look for a new club for him if the Red Devils continue their erratic politics. This concerns the choice of the coach, coupled with other management actions. Cristiano is not happy with the lack of stability in modern Manchester United, the change of coaches, which is prepared for the next six months and poor results.

But is it really that bad? Ed Woodward, who has been in this position since 2013 and in the structure of the club since 2005, will soon leave the post of chief executive of Manchester United. Many fans attribute the team's failures to the functionary's poor transfer policy, as well as to his illogical decisions. And the future of Rangnick was known as soon as he came.

It seems to me that in the current situation, Ronaldo, by his own example, should show his partners his commitment to red colors and motivate them to achieve results. The problem is that Cristiano is an individualist and can hardly be called a team player. Therefore, it seems to us that the next six months will dot all about who the Portuguese really is and what he is capable of in the locker room in a crisis. He is the only one who, with his authority, can both unite the team and destroy it. And the new coach and the resignation of Woodward are just details that, in a good atmosphere, will correct the course, but will not change it completely.