Cristiano Ronaldo ‘holds crisis meeting with agent Jorge Mendes’ as he plots a move away from Manchester United.


Cristiano Ronaldo ‘holds crisis meeting with agent Jorge Mendes’ as he plots a move away from Manchester United.

MANCHESTER UNITED is in disarray, with players dissatisfied with Ralf Rangnick, and Cristiano Ronaldo’s future is uncertain.

Jorge Mendes, Cristiano Ronaldo’s agent, has flown in to hold a crisis meeting with the Portugal international.

Manchester United’s star player is considering a move amid the club’s disastrous behind-the-scenes management.

Ronaldo’s time at United could be cut short just months after his arrival due to the club’s current crisis.

As Ralf Rangnick’s problems worsen, his agent has flown into the country for a meeting about his future.

The German coach has had a tumultuous first few months in charge, with 17 players reportedly wanting to leave.

But that’s not all: it’s been revealed that there’s widespread dissatisfaction with Rangnick’s training methods, and his tactics haven’t been well received by the team.

And it appears that this has reached Ronaldo, who is doubtful about his dream return to Old Trafford.

According to The Sun, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner is beginning to think that returning to the club he joined when he was 18 was a mistake.

He’s frustrated with United’s style of play and disillusioned with life under Rangnick.

“He desperately wants his United move to be a success,” a source told The Sun, “but he is beginning to realize that winning trophies with the current set up could be a real struggle.”

United is in turmoil behind the scenes, with no resolution to the issues that arose under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

While the Premier League title has become a myth in recent months, even a top four finish appears unattainable, with Arsenal and Tottenham improving their form while the Red Devils remain stagnant.

Those on the bench believe they have been left out of the team, with Jesse Lingard, Donny van de Beek, and Anthony Martial frustrated by a lack of playing time.

Rangnick, on the other hand, has instructed his fringe stars to maintain a professional demeanor regardless of the circumstances.

He said, “We have a large squad.”

“When you have that many players and only 10 outfield players can play, three of whom are substitutes, you have quite a few players who don’t play or aren’t even in the squad.”

“Those players are dissatisfied with the situation.”

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