Cristiano Ronaldo could decide to leave Manchester United this summer after a poor run of form at Old Trafford, MySportDab reports.
The Portuguese returned back to the Premier League in August, 12 years since he left for Real Madrid.
The 37-year-old started very well, scoring five goals in his first four matches across all competitions.
He has proved to be a key player in terms of goals for Manchester United.
However, The Red Devils have been struggling for consistency lately and Ronaldo is unhappy.
Now, According to The Sun, Ronaldo is considering leaving United again at the end of the season.
The Portuguese is not impressed by United’s poor performance on and off the pitch.
United have fallen behind rivals Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea over the last few years.
The last time United won the Premier League title was eight years ago.
This season, United have already crashed out of the FA Cup and Carabao Cup.
Now, United face a big possibility of ending the season again without a trophy.
During his first stay at United, Ronaldo won nine major trophies, Premier Leagus titles and the Champions League.
Also, Ronaldo is unimpressed with the quality of the squad, which is far below the level of those of the top Premier League clubs.
Manchester United has spent over £900m on players in the last nine years, but have nothing to show for it.
Ronaldo’s arrival in the summer was a massive boost but his goals have failed to come in recent weeks.
The Champions League winner has failed to score in his last five Premier League matches.
Ronaldo did not start for United’s match against Burnley on Tuesday and was a largely not seen when he came on as a substitute in the second half.