Manchester United legend Gary Neville has warned Manchester United to resolve the future of Cristiano Ronaldo decisively and quickly.
Gary Neville wants the future of Cristiano Ronaldo resolved quickly to prevent it turning into a saga that could disrupt our season.
Ronaldo has asked to leave Manchester United this summer so he can play Champions League football next season.
Although United are unwilling to sell the forward, the news will be a massive headache to new boss Erik ten Hag who already has a big call to make in just his first few days of the job after his summer move from Ajax.
Manchester United finished sixth in the Premier League last season which means the Red Devils will play Europa League football next season.
Neville tweeted: “The only important factor with the Ronaldo situation is that it’s dealt with decisively and quickly.
“This can’t be a saga that takes the focus away from ETH bedding in period for the next two months.”
Ronaldo returned to United for a second spell last season from Juventus to huge fanfare having starred previously from 2003-2009 where he won three Premier League titles as well as the Champions League.
But despite scoring 24 goals for Manchester United in all competitions, his performances could not prevent Manchester United from finishing sixth.