MANCHESTER UNITED legend Cristiano Ronaldo is not guaranteed to stay beyond this season, reports suggest.
According to ESPN, Ronaldo will wait until United announce their new permanent manager in the summer and will carve his future accordingly.
But that may not be up to the five-time Ballon d’Or winner as a lot will also depend on the new boss’ plans for the Red Devils.
The star forward had several options to choose from before leaving Juventus, including Manchester City.
However, it has been reported that his choices may be a little more limited this time around if he decides to depart from Old Trafford at the end of the season.
That means the Portugal captain’s best choices may include a move to the MLS, Portugal or the Middle East.
Nevertheless, there is plenty of uncertainty at United and thus there is no guarantee the 36-year-old will still be at the club next season.
SunSport understand Ronaldo will leave the Red Devils in the summer if the club do not qualify for the Champions League.
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The Real Madrid legend’s representatives held talks with Richard Arnold, who became the team’s new CEO.
The Ronaldo camp have expressed concern at the way the club is going this season.
The ex-Juventus star is intent on continuing playing until he is 40 but wants to end his career as a winner and right now there is little chance of that happening at United.
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