Goodbye to Manchester United in January e return to Serie A to wear the Napoli shirt. According to the British media, the future of Cristiano Ronaldo has already been decided. THE Red Devils they have to put an end to the clash between CR7 and coach Erik Ten Hag and have decided to sell the champion. According to The Sun, the most probable destination remains Italy and Naples, currently first in the standings both in Serie A and in Champions League Group A. According to the English newspaper, however, the knot of the engagement remains.
Ten Hag: “He is judged by how he behaves today”
Currently Cristiano Ronaldo remains a United cardholder, albeit was knocked out of the squad after refusing to enter the field from the bench against Tottenham, then leaving Old Trafford before the triple whistle. It was the technician Erik Ten Hag a exclude him from the challenge with Chelsea, while the company has fined him for over 800 thousand euros. Ten Hag publicly condemned the “bad behavior” of the champion and asked for an apology to be able to reinstate him in the squad. The Dutch coach reiterated that no special treatment will be granted to CR7. “He He has achieved a lot in his career … But he must be aware that he is judged by how he behaves today. Everyone must be aware of this and not just a Christian. This also applies to the whole team, the manager and the club. Only today counts “.
Contact with Chelsea, Newcastle and Arsenal failed
In January, the paths of Ronaldo and United will separate. But Jorge Mendes did not propose it only to Napoli. The powerful Portuguese agent would also have sounded tracks in the Premier League. A new attempt with the Chelsea (after the lack of agreement in the summer by the will of the then coach Tuchel) then Newcastle and Arsenal. All negotiations blocked also by the will of United who has no intention of finding him on the pitch as an opponent. The Neapolitan solution therefore remains, but Aurelio De Laurentiis is ready to negotiate as long as the player accepts a drastic reduction in his salary.