Cristiano Ronaldo returned to the Premier League with Manchester United at the beginning of the season and has brought some impact the the Manchester United dressing room by scoring goals on the pitch and being a leader off the pitch.
Ronaldo signed a two-year contract at Manchester United and reportedly receives £480,000 per week. He will be 37 next year February and by the end of his contract he will be over 38 and unlikely to extend his stay, the club have been told to sign a Premier League player as his replacement.
Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been identified as Ronaldo's replacement and Manchester United have been advised to sign him up to allow him play with the Portuguese international so as to easily replace him when he finally leaves the Red Devils.
Calvert-Lewin however will not come cheap for Manchester United as it is believed he is key to the plans of manager Rafa Benitez and if a club will prize him out of the club, they will pay a huge fee of £50m for the 24 year old England international.