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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag changes his stance on selling Cristiano Ronaldo

Erik ten Hag is rumored to have given the go-ahead for Cristiano Ronaldo's departure, which suggests Manchester United may be willing to let him go.

The Times reports that Ten Hag is prepared to offload the five-time Ballon d'Or winner because he disapproves of the veteran forward's conduct and attitude.

The Dutchman is willing to approve the 37-year-leave old's because he doesn't think he's driven to support the Red Devils' success this season.

With add-ons, Cristiano Ronaldo's transfer from Juventus to United cost a total of €15 million last summer.

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He was acquired by the Red Devils with the intention of helping them win their first Premier League championship in almost a decade. The striker had a standout 2021–22 season, finishing with 18 goals in 30 league games to lead the team in scoring

Despite his consistency, United endured a dismal campaign as they finished sixth in the league table, thereby failing to qualify for this season's Champions League.

Failure to qualify for Europe's elite competition and a disappointing summer transfer window resulted in Cristiano Ronaldo seeking a move away from Old Trafford.

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