Manchester United will hold talks regarding the future of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, after new coach Erik ten Hag takes office.
Ronaldo’s future continues to be a topic of discussion in England.
He has a contract with the ‘Red Devils’ until June 2023, but his return to United may not be long.
The current United coach, Ralf Rangnick, has also spoken about Ronaldo’s future, saying that this topic will be discussed after Ten Hag takes office.
“Cristiano has another one year contract. It is also important to understand what you want, if you want to stay.
“This is something that needs to be talked about between Erik ten Hag and the board,” Rangnick said
Ronaldo this season with Man United has 37 appearances, where he has scored a total of 23 goals and donated three assists.