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Athletic reveals reason why Ronaldo appears reluctant to join Manchester United after Ten Hag debate.

Cristiano Ronaldo may spend the 2022/23 season in Manchester United on the English Premier League stage. Following discussions with Eric Ten Hag, including Sir Alex Ferguson. Who return to the agency for the first time on Tuesday.

Football player market Since just a few weeks. After he made move to leave Old Trafford in the transfer market this summer. He even missed a trip with the team on a pre-season tour of Asia

on the Manchester United including. Ten Hag have made clear that the 37-year-old. Star is still in his plans for next season. When his current contract with the club expires in the summer of 2023. and does not want that. Will let Ronaldo leave the team in any way.

Latest on Tuesday Discussed the latest situation with George Mendes. Who is agent manager Eric Ten Hag and is likely to include Fergie as well as senior executives of the army. The Red Devils at Carrington’s training ground continue to insist. They do not want to let the Portuguese star leave the team. After discussions with all parties,

According to the UFABET revealed that the star was not involved in Tuesday’s training sessions. By referring to the fitness check first only as on the first day of the other players in the team.

One of the main factors contributing to his inability. To find a new club is the inability to find a team. That has the potential to pay his £450,000-a-week wages. After the club’s previous big clubs such as La Liga, the club said. Chelsea, Napoli to Bayern Munich have already backed off the possibility of a deal.

Or, in other words, by Athletic stating. That it is a show that clubs across Europe are refusing to sign Ronaldo even though he has in contention. Atletico Madrid as the latest club has already refuse the interview. 

And with that situation, there is a high possibility. That he may force to stay at Old Trafford until the end of his contract for the next 12 months.