What I will discuss with Ten Hag about Ronaldo – Rangnick
Ralf Rangnick, Manchester United's interim manager, has stated that when he eventually meets incoming manager Erik ten Hag, he will address Cristiano Ronaldo's future at the club.
Rangnick said this after Ronaldo equalized in a 1-1 draw with Chelsea at Old Trafford on Thursday night.
When his short-term contract with United expires next season, the 63-year-old is expected to take up a consultant post at the club.
Rangnick has now confirmed that Ronaldo's, 37, future is uncertain.
“We will have to speak about it between us; with Erik [ten Hag], myself and the board.
“Cristiano has another year of contract and it’s also important to see and find out what Cristiano wants to do and if he wants to stay.
“I haven’t been able to speak with Erik so far, and it doesn’t make sense to speak about it [Ronaldo's future] right now,” Rangnick said.
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