Cristiano Ronaldo to leave Manchester United In January?

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s 2023 exit feels inevitable.

A report from Turkish outlet Fotomac claims Galatasaray is ready to go all out for Ronaldo in the middle of the season and rescue the Portugal international from his difficult situation at Old Trafford.

The Portuguese superstar’s future at the club has been in the spotlight for the past few months. Cristiano Ronaldo finished last season as Manchester United’s top scorer but after the club’s failure to qualify for Champions League football, reports suggested he wanted out.

During that time, Ronaldo was linked with a series of high-profile moves. However, a plethora of suitors – including Bayern Munich, Chelsea, and Atletico Madrid all turned their back eventually which meant Ronaldo had to stay at Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo storms down the tunnel

Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo stormed down the tunnel during his team’s Premier League victory over Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday night

United won 2-0 against Antonio Conte’s team, with second-half goals from Fred and Bruno Fernandes. However, Ronaldo was left on the bench by manager Erik ten Hag.

Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio has spoken about the situation

In an interview with Wett Freunde, he said “I think Jorge Mendes (The player’s agent) will try, obviously (To get Ronaldo a move). He didn’t manage to find a solution in the summer. It depends on how the relationship will go with (Erik) ten Hag and with Manchester United in the months. It’s gotten better.”

“It’s difficult for him to move in January because he’s not the kind of player that moves in January but even, in this case, it will be important how the World Cup goes.”

“Ronaldo is focused on the World Cup and so we’ll see how he’ll do at the World Cup and also which kind of team can afford his salary because it’s a problem salary.

“Even in Italy when Naples (Napoli) and AC Milan thought about Ronaldo, Jorge Mendes called them it was a problem of salary. No Italian team, no Serie A team will cover his salary. Manchester United will not pay 75-80% of his salary so to pay 75%? They will keep him.”

He finished: “It depends on a lot of things but I don’t think he’s the kind of player that can move in January. Cristiano Ronaldo is not the kind of player that, during the season, leaves his team but it’s early to say now because it depends on how it’s going at Manchester United and the World Cup.” ( H/T Si.com )

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