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Manchester United's final word on the possible sale of Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo still has one year left on his contract with the Red Devils in the Premier League, with the option to extend it for another season.

"CR7" will be in United's plans for the upcoming season.
"CR7" will be in United's plans for the upcoming season.

Manchester United has reportedly informed Cristiano Ronaldo that he will not be available for a possible transfer. This despite the fact that the Portuguese's representatives have assessed the keen interest of some of the best teams in European football.

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In recent weeks CR7 has been linked with Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and PSG. However, sources close to the Red Devils "want and hope" that the 37 year-old star can stay at the club.

Meanwhile, Erik ten Hag is ready to take charge of his first  preseason training session as Manchester United's new manager. The Dutchman has repeatedly stated that he hopes to have the talent that “El Bicho” brings to the table for the 2022/2023 season.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored 24 goals in all competitions last season. However, he was unable to prevent his team from falling out of the UEFA Champions League spots. The same competition the Portuguese would like to play in for the last few years of his career, club sources told ESPN.

Ronaldo would be in Erik ten Hag's new plans

The club's new manager, Erik ten Hag, reportedly made the decision to keep CR7 after failing to sign Darwin Núñez, who preferred a move to Liverpool. The Dutch manager has several players on his sights, as he and the club will have to make considerable efforts to reinforce the squad. Frenkie de Jong is seen as the #1 priority.

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Wilian Estrella

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