Cristiano Ronaldo 'makes final decision on Man Utd future' based on two factors

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Cristiano Ronaldo has decided to stay at Manchester United beyond this summer, according to reports in Spain. United’s nightmare campaign has left the 37-year-old’s future in doubt, but he intends to honour the remainder of his two-year contract at Old Trafford.

According to AS, Ronaldo will fulfil the remaining 12 months of the two-year deal he signed upon his sensational return last summer. There have been concerns over his transfer stance amid a disappointing season and uncertainty about the club’s next manager.

However, his doubts may have been privately answered, as the report claims Ronaldo is now confident United have made the right choice of ‘the next coach’. It also states he believes Ralf Rangnick’s successor will receive reinforcements to help challenge for the 2022/23 Premier League and Champions League.

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