Ronaldo has made it clear that he wants to leave Manchester United to compete in the Champions League; therefore, Julien Laurens, Guillem Balague, and Raphael Honigstein have been thinking about the forward’s future.
United is prepared to let the 37-year-old attacker leave after worrying about how his attitude impacts the camp’s morale.
Additionally, Balague said on the Euro Leagues podcast that “he should not be at United” for several reasons.
Ronaldo, who returns to Old Trafford for a second stint in August 2021, was not a fan of the tactics that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s replacement, interim manager Ralf Rangnick, sought to employ after Solskjaer was fired in early December.
Since the advent of his new employer Erik ten Hag, he doesn’t seem much happier.
Balague said he was “fascinated” to hear Rangnick’s perspective on the predicament when he was in charge.
I believe Rangnick advised getting rid of him, and if that is the case, United shouldn’t be shocked if he took the initiative, the player remarked.
Ronaldo’s desire to go is evident, but United may have been caught off guard by what Ronaldo wants to accomplish because they are too reactive or lack courage.