Cristiano Ronaldo is set to hold talks with Manchester United this week as he seeks to clarify his future in the middle of doubts whether he will remain at Old Trafford this season.
The 37-year-old flew back to the UK on Monday evening having missed United's pre-season trip to Thailand and Australia due to a family issue, with manager Erik 10 Hag expected to meet him in the coming days. 10 Hag is eager to involve Ronaldo in his plans as soon as possible, although it is comprehended that Ronaldo's agents have actually been attempting to discover him a new club after he made it clear he wishes to play in the Champions League this season.
Chelsea have actually indicated they are no longer interested in signing Ronaldo after holding talks previously this month, while Bayern Munich are also thought to have declined the possibility to do a deal for a player who scored 24 goals in 38 appearances for United last season. Atlético Madrid have actually likewise shown an interest in the five-time Ballon d'Or winner however need to sell players initially before they can consider bringing him back to the Spanish capital.
With less than a fortnight left before Brighton's visit to Old Trafford on 7 August for the season opener, Ten Hag stated last he has no concerns about Ronaldo being ready for action.
"We all understand Ronaldo is a top specialist and will be fit, that is the last issue I have," he firmly insisted.