Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly worried about the club’s transfer strategy this summer, according to reports.
Manchester United head into the summer window off the back of a sixth-placed finish which means there will be no Champions League football at Old Trafford next season.
The Red Devils also finished last season with 58 points, our worst ever points total in a Premier League season.
New Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has been tasked to bring back the glory days back to Manchester United and he has identified Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong as his priority target.
Despite our struggles last season, Manchester United are yet to secure a signing this summer.
Liverpool have added Manchester United target Darwin Nunez to their squad while Manchester City have added another Manchester United target Erling Haaland to their squad.
Arsenal and Tottenham have also strengthened with new additions.
According to Metro, Ronaldo has told his agent Jorge Mendes that he is worried about United’s current situation and is concerned that our Premier League rivals are already pulling away with their new signings.
The report claims: “Ronaldo wants reinforcements at Manchester United, but so far it does not seem that the club is going to enforce the squad changes that he considers necessary.”
Ronaldo was ‘determined’ to see out the final year of his contract with United, despite the club’s failure to qualify for next season’s Champions League, but he now has doubts.
Ronaldo reportedly fears that the distance between Manchester United and our rivals could become even greater next season.
Ronaldo’s Manchester United future will largely depend on the signings the club make this summer.
Ronaldo wants to challenge for trophies in his final season at Manchester United and if he doesn’t see the possibility, he could push to leave the club this summer.
One thing certain about Ronaldo’s future at the moment is that the Portuguese international won’t join Jose Mourinho’s Roma.