Cristiano Ronaldo To Push For Exit Again In January Transfer Window! (Details)

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Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly set to push for a move again from Manchester United in January, MySportDab reports.

Sources close to the Old Trafford club have revealed that the likelihood of Cristiano Ronaldo returning to the first team lineup under Erik Ten Hag is very low.

This follows Erik Ten Hag’s statement on Marcus Rasford, who bagged a brace in Manchester United’s last Premier League match against Arsenal.

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Marcus Radford scored two to help Erik Ten Hag build on his four straight wins and end Mikel Arteta’s unbeaten run this season.

According to Erik Ten Hag, Marcus Rashford could score 20 goals this season as the Premier League returns.

This is in direct contrast to Cristiano Ronaldo, who played the full 90 minutes of Manchester United’s Europa League opener against Real Sociedad and failed to score a goal.

According to Daily Mail, Cristiano Ronaldo is set to push for an Old Trafford in the January transfer window as his misfortunes at the club show no sign of being reversed.

Manchester United players admitted that the five-time Ballon d ‘Or winner is yet to adapt to Erik Ten Hag’s style after he missed pre-season training and friendlies.

Ronaldo had pushed for a move away from Old Trafford after the end of last season but had no club ready to make an offer fo him.

He has struggled to break into Erik Ten Hag’s starting lineup this season, starting only in two of Manchester United’s seven matches.

He is yet to record a goal or an assist this season for the Red Devils and has been benched in 5 of Manchester United’s seven matches.

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