Richard Arnold, Director of Manchester United Football Club of the English Premier League Football Moving forward in plans for a group of Cristiano Ronaldo to change his mind at Old Trafford. After referring to his intentions to move out of the team. This summer the 37-year-old has link with a move away from the club on July 2.
After which Ronaldo has not report back to training with his team-mates since Monday last week. And also travel with the team for a pre-season tour in Thailand as well.
Recently, Eric Ten Hag, the new manager of the Red Devils, is still adamant that the Portuguese national team is still in the team’s plans from a press conference in Thailand first. The battle turned red for Arnold to accept the ball in his plans to keep Ronaldo at Chelsea.
And Napoli are keeping a close eye on Ronaldo’s situation. Despite having to pay a hefty £500,000-a-week salary to the Portuguese star.
“He is not traveling with us for personal reasons. We have Cristiano Ronaldo as part of our plans for this season,” Ten Hag told CR7’s future. To work with him, Cristiano is not for sale. He is still in our plans. We want to achieve this together.”
“I have a very good understanding of Cristiano, and I can confirm that the conversations are going well,” added Ten Hag,