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Cristiano Ronaldo: Manchester United deny forward plans to terminate contract amid ongoing scrutiny | Football News

Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Manchester United faces further scrutiny, but the club has denied speculation his contract will be terminated.

The 37-year-old has 12 months left on his current contract with an option for another year.

Manchester United’s official response is that the Portuguese national team is not for sale.

sky sports news We understand that Ronaldo wants to leave Old Trafford for the Champions League.

Ronaldo was frustrated in United’s 4-0 defeat to Brentford on Saturday, leaving Erik ten Haag bottom of the Premier League table.

‘Terrifying’ Ten Hag orders United to make extra run

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Watch Free: Highlights from Brentford’s match against Manchester United

Ten Hag ordered United’s players to do some extra training on Sunday, hoping to run 13.8km in training. (He’s 109.4km to United’s 95.6km).

Ten Hag is believed to be horrified by United’s performance and has revealed to the team that he has disappointed everyone associated with the club.

He stressed that when playing for United, players running through brick walls are non-negotiable.

The senior level of the club feels that even if it reviews its hiring policy soon, it could take up to five years for the club to challenge the Premier League and Champions League again.

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Enjoy the best skills and goals of Stuttgart striker Sasa Karadžić, who has strong ties to Manchester United

Ten Hag wants a center forward and midfielder in this window. A source close to Stuttgart striker Sasa Karadžić claims he wants to move to United.

The Austrian international Karadžić is entering the final year of his contract and is believed to be one of many strikers United are eyeing.

Austrian head coach and former United interim manager Ralf Rangnick says his development will be unharmed if Karadžić remains at Stuttgart.

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Manchester United football director John Murtaugh is in Turin discussing personal terms ahead of Adrien Rabiot’s proposed transfer to the club.

But the 25-year-old player feels it’s time for a new challenge.

United have yet to find an agreement on personal terms with Juventus midfielder Adrian Rabiot. The two clubs have agreed in principle worth £15 million, but there is still work to be done.

Rabiot, who joined Juventus as a free agent in the summer of 2019, is in the final year of his contract and has fallen out of favor with the Italian giants.

sky sports news Ten Hag is said to be very enthusiastic about the player and there is said to be “full coordination” between the manager and recruiting department regarding the deal.

Neville: Ronaldo situation needs clarification

Cristiano Ronaldo yells at his teammates during Manchester United's match at Brentford

On the opening weekend of the Premier League season, Gary Neville called on Ronaldo to clarify his future:

“I’m a little disappointed in him because he’s sending the manager out to press conferences. Cristiano Ronaldo is a good age now. He’s been the best player in the world for the past decade alongside Lionel Messi. He has all the ‘experience in the world’.

“Is it too much to ask him to come out and do an interview and tell me what he’s really thinking, what’s really going on?

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Gary Neville says Manchester United are hitting new lows and losing all confidence after a humiliating 4-0 defeat to Brentford.

“I think it’s going to be the first step. So I’m disappointed because it’s the clarity that we’re not getting and the reason Ten Hag is a little jumpy at the press conference is that he’s difficult. Because they are asking you questions.” He probably isn’t telling us the truth.

“In reality, if a Champions League club signs Cristiano Ronaldo in the next two weeks, I think we know he wants the move.”

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Gary Neville and Jamie Redknapp offer their opinions on what went wrong at Manchester United

“For me it is bigger because I want to finish his Manchester United career well. It’s too much to ask for the next 12 months to encourage young people.The players are leaders on the pitch, giving interviews whether the team wins or loses.”