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Cristiano Ronaldo is concerned about Man United’s sluggish transfer activity and is wary about two players.



Cristiano Ronaldo is concerned about two players and worries about Man Utd's delayed

Although Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to remain at Manchester United, things aren’t exactly going smoothly.

According to reports, Cristiano Ronaldo is concerned about Manchester United’s sluggish start to the summer transfer season. To provide Erik ten Hag with a framework for success, the Red Devils have been pursuing players like Frenkie de Jong, Antony, and Jurrien Timber. In sharp contrast to their Premier League opponents, they haven’t yet added a single reinforcement.

Despite the club’s struggles under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick, Ronaldo was a bright spot for Manchester United last season, scoring an incredible 24 goals across all competitions.

Ten Hag, who predicted the 37-year-old would add “goals” to his club at his unveiling last month, is now likely to let him stay and play for his team.

However, the veteran player is ‘worried’ by the club’s sluggish start to the summer, according to the Spanish publication AS, and isn’t pleased at Old Trafford.

Juan Mata, Jesse Lingard, Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic, and Edinson Cavani are just a few of the free agents who left United.

However, despite the transfer window being open for more than three weeks, they have not yet completed a single deal.

They may really end up walking away from a contract because they are still hesitant to concede to the demands of their competitors.

As the World Cup in Qatar draws near, Timber, who was also a target until recently, is likely to stay at Ajax after receiving a warning from Louis van Gaal.

United wants Antony, but they won’t be held hostage in exchange for their desire to sign the Brazil international.

Ronaldo worries that Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez could propel Manchester City and Liverpool to even greater heights, the article further states.


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