Ronaldo issues transfer ultimatum - media
9 days ago - By RT
The Portuguese forward is reportedly anxious about Manchester United's lack of transfer activity
Cristiano Ronaldo has confided that he is willing to walk away from Manchester United this summer unless the club makes major moves in the transfer market to back new manager Erik ten Hag, according to a report.
Ronaldo, 37, has one year remaining on his deal at the Old Trafford club with the option of an additional season beyond that, but could call it quits even before the next campaign.
That's according to a report in Portuguese outlet Record , which claims Ronaldo has that told his inner...
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