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Manchester United's proposal to Cristiano Ronaldo to stay

So much information about the possible doubts that may have assailed Cristiano Ronaldo by the decline of Manchester United has been followed by a leak from the 'Daily Star' that indicates otherwise.

Manchester United want Cristiano Ronaldo to stay.
Manchester United want Cristiano Ronaldo to stay.

It does not seem that Cristiano Ronaldo is as unhappy at Manchester United as has been speculated lately in the international press. While waiting for the 'Ten Hag era' to begin, 'Daily Star' claims that the manager is willing to facilitate a change of leadership to make the Portuguese his new captain.

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This award to the Portuguese may help him to stand with even more gallons than his career already anticipates as leader of the Red Devils in a complicated moment. They have fallen out of the Champions League and, in general, from the first line of European soccer, so relying on egregious players like the former Juventus player may be the key to success.

So far, it is Harry Maguire who is the captain of the English side. Throughout the 2022-23 season, certain quarrels between him and the '7' in the dressing room came to light, which suggested that there could be a hierarchical restructuring of the squad. With this new situation that draws 'Daily Star', there would be an alteration in the current order.

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The same English newspaper also reports that Cristiano Ronaldo has rejected Inter Miami's interest in signing him. David Beckham's project is ambitious and would like to have top-level professionals, but the Portuguese is focused on returning Manchester United to the top and does not see himself, at least for the moment, in the United States.

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