Manchester United are ready to let Cristiano Ronaldo leave the club in the January transfer window, MySportDab reports.
His status at United was questioned yet again after the 6-3 thrashing against Manchester City on Sunday.
Ronaldo was left on the bench at the Etihad and Coach Erik Ten Hag did not bring him on out of respect for his career.
Former Manchester United player Roy Keane blasted his former team for disrespecting the 37-year-old who wanted to leave in the summer.
However, According to The Telegraph, Ten Hag and United officials are now open to let Ronaldo leave midway into the season.
Ronaldo has played only 80 minutes of Premier League football this season since United refused to let him leave Old Trafford.
He has been more on the bench this season, and his last league was in United’s 4-0 defeat at Brentford.
Against Manchester City, Ronaldo was clearly frustrated by his team-mates performances as they a very disappointing defeat.
His goal to join a Champions League club and seal his place as the competitions top goalscorer saw Ronaldo rejected by several European clubs.
Saudi Arabia side Al Hilal made an interesting offer for him but Ronaldo wants to stay in Europe, and United will now listen to offers for their No 7.
Ten Hag was keen to keep the superstar striker at the club throughout the summer transfer window but is now open to letting him leave.
However, Ronaldo could return to United’s starting XI for this weekend match against Everton in the Premier League.