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Manchester United boss ready to let Cristiano Ronaldo leave in the mid-transfer window: Reports

Manchester United coach Eric Ten Hag ready to release Cristiano Ronaldo during the mid-transfer window

Cristiano Ronaldo and Eric Ten Hag of Manchester United

According to reports, five-time Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo will reportedly be released by Manchester United during the middle of the transfer window by coach Eric Ten Hag. The mid-transfer window is scheduled to occur at the beginning of the next year, 2023.

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Ronaldo is without a doubt one of the greatest players in football history, therefore it may seem strange to let him go. However, given his performance in the English Premier League this year and his lack of consistency in the starting lineup, many are relieved that Ronaldo has to find a new home.

The fact that Man Utd was disqualified from the UEFA Champions League and Ronaldo expressed interest in playing in the competition were other instances in the past that demonstrated how much Ronaldo wanted to leave Man Utd. Apparently, his fee was also reduced because he didn’t place among the top four.

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Regarding the reasons why Ronaldo is inconsistent in the starting lineup, Eric Ten Hag had also released statements. His lack of physical fitness and other factors are to blame. Eric Ten Hag is building a youthful team and instructing the players in tactical play with careful preparation and execution.

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Cristiano Ronaldo for Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo for Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo, a famous footballer from Portugal, originally signed with Manchester United in the English Premier League in 2003. In 2010, he transferred to Real Madrid in Spain. Later, in 2021, he went back to Man Utd and stayed to continue playing for the squad.

Ronaldo has appeared in 328 matches for Manchester United out of which he has scored 141 goals. For both Manchester United and the Portugal National Team, he plays as a striker. On August 16, 2003, he played in his first game against Bolton. Additionally, he leads the Portugal National Team.

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