Manchester United are looking forward to making more players arrive at Old Trafford this summer as new signings. This is after Erik ten Hag had already signed Tyrell Malacia from Feyenoord in a deal worth £13m as per Sunsport report.
However there still struggling to see how best to approach their striker Ronaldo and convince him to stay put at Old Trafford. As the Portuguese ace is reported to have asked to exit the club this summer as per Sunsport.
According to the same publication more misery has befallen the 37-year-old as the red devils flops have been hit by a 25 per cent pay cut. After they failed to make it to Champions League qualifications as per last season.
Manchester United finished in 6th position and will play Europa League football this coming campaign. Erik ten Hag squad has seen their weekly salary slashed by a quarter.
To Cristiano Ronaldo he will now receive £360k weekly from the previous £480k per week. This will not affect new arrivals like a left-back player Tyrell Malacia who is set to compete with Luke Shaw for the position next season.
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