Cristiano Ronaldo ‘faces 25 per cent pay cut’, Rangnick wants Ten Hag as manager, new kit

CRISTIANO RONALDO will leave Manchester United this summer if they fail to qualify for the Champions League, SunSport can reveal.

Portugal captain Ronaldo made his return from injury to start in United’s victory over Brentford, though he appeared furious after being substituted and was later seen to be talking it out with boss Ralf Rangnick.

And should the five-time Ballon d’Or winner choose to stay at Man Utd, he will reportedly face a 25 per cent pay cut if they don’t make it into Europe’s elite club competition.

Meanwhile Ralf Rangnick is reportedly keen to hire Ajax boss Eric ten Hag as the club’s permanent manager this summer.

However, not everybody in the United hierarchy is said to share Rangnick’s view.

And Man Utd’s home kit for the 2022/23 season appears to have been leaked, with fans purring over the retro collar.

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  • Rangnick Bild bombshell

    Ralf Rangnick won’t be able to bring top target Amadou Haidara, according to Bild.

    United won’t sanction the signing until expensive squad players are sold or loaned out.

    Utd are ‘afraid’ to rebuild their squad around Rangnick’s long-term plans and style in case they appoint a permanent manager who has a different vision.

    Rangnick’s role also hasn’t been properly defined, despite having a two-year contract and an ‘advisory role’ lined up.

    Rangnick would like to work with Ajax boss Erik ten Hag, but there’s conflict over whether the Dutchman is the right fit.

  • Ronaldo factfile

    On an individual level, Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Man Utd has been somewhat a success.

    The 36-year-old has scored ten-plus goals, proving doubters wrong.

    Collectively as a team though, the Red Devils have underperformed and face a fight to finish inside the top-four.

    Will Ronaldo stay in Manchester if the Red Devils miss out on Champions League football.

  • Shearer approves Lingard transfer

    Alan Shearer would like to see Newcastle sign Man Utd’s Jesse Lingard.

  • Man Utd beaten to James Beadle

    Brighton beat Manchester United AND Chelsea to the signing of England Under-18 star James Beadle.

    The 17-year-old has been tipped to become the Three Lions’ senior No 1 and the Seagulls swooped to land the promising teen from Charlton right under the noses of the Premier League big boys.

    Brighton completed the £400k deal at the turn of the year.

    And East Londoner Beadle – who moved into local digs down south – signed pro terms on a two-and-a-half year deal despite technically still being a second-year scholar.

    SunSport reported in October Chelsea were eyeing a £400k move.

  • Biggest sales

    Cristiano Ronaldo is still United’s biggest export.

  • Title race over

    Bruno Fernandes has ruled out man Utd winning the Premier League this season.

    United are currently 21 points behind league leaders Man City with 17 games left to go.

    Speaking to the club website, Fernandes said: “In the league it is too far now.

    “We have to be realistic and we have to fight for the top four and being in the Champions League next season.

    “At the same time, fight for the Champions League and the FA Cup. I don’t care what people think or can say about us winning the Champions League or the FA Cup.

    “I think we have the chance to win it, the qualities to win it and, most of all, we are in those competitions. Until we are out, we have to believe we can win those competitions.”

  • ‘Ambition is the same’

    Man Utd midfielder Bruno Fernandes has admitted his ambition is still the same, despite United’s recent dip in form.

    Speaking to the clubs official website, he said: “My ambition is still the same.

    “I want to win trophies with the club. That will always be in my mind until the last day I am at the club.

    “I don’t know when that will be but, until then, I will believe that I can win trophies with this club because I think we can and I think the club deserves it, the fans deserve it and also the players, we deserve to win a trophy.

    “Whenever that is, we have to do it step by step and understand we have those qualities but we have to understand how to do it, how to put everything together – the qualities and the intensity and everything.”

  • Amadou Haidara transfer interest

    RB Leipzig could sell Manchester United and Newcastle target Amadou Haidara for £46million in the January transfer window, according to reports.

    The 23-year-old Mali international has been linked with a move to the Premier League in the summer.

    But Sky Deutschland are now claiming he could be sold before the end of the month as Leipzig will struggle to turn down a sizable offer for the midfielder.

    Speaking about Haidara, journalist Phillip Hinze said: “I think it gets interesting with everything from £46m upwards.

    “At some point it becomes indecent from the RB point of view, you’re almost forced to accept that.

    “But before that, Haidara will be left here in Leipzig at least until the summer, because he’s a key anchor in midfield.”

  • Head-to-head

    West Ham have only beaten Man Utd seven times in the Premier League.

  • Pogba set to quit

    Man Utd midfielder Paul Pogba is reportedly set to quit Old Trafford in the summer.

    The Frenchman’s current contract is due to expire in June and he is attracting interest from a host of top European clubs.

    And according to Marca, Real Madrid are one of the clubs heavily interested in signing Pogba.

    The 28-year-old would, however, command huge wages.

  • Next five

    Up next for Man Utd is top-four rivals West Ham.

  • Lingard closing in on permanent transfer

    Newcastle are reportedly closing in on a move for Jesse Lingard after making the Manchester United star their number one priority.

    Lingard, 29, was subject to a loan bid from Newcastle earlier in the week – which was rejected.

    But the Magpies have returned for the attacking midfielder, making United a permanent offer this time.

    The bid is currently being considered but Lingard is tempted by the generous offer, report The Telegraph.

  • Goal of the day

    Marcus Rashford’s strike against Spurs is United’s goal of the day.

  • Ronaldo fury highlights

    Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo astonishingly stormed off and threw his coat to the floor after interim manager Ralf Rangnick subbed him in the 3-1 win at Brentford.

    Ronaldo put his hands on his hips and trudged away after United skipper Harry Maguire replaced him at 2-0 up on 71 minutes.

    The Red Devils had turned round a dire first-half to dominate the Bees at the Brentford Community Stadium.

    But the five-time Ballon d’Or winner was upset when he was the victim of a double change from Rangnick.

    The German coach tried to hug the Portugal international as he went off but Ronaldo had his arms wide open by his side

    Cristiano Ronaldo furious after being subbed by Ralf Rangnick vs Brentford
  • Don’t wreck it, Ralf

    Former Manchester United ace Owen Hargreaves warned interim manager Ralf Rangnick that he ‘has to be careful’ when it comes to managing Cristiano Ronaldo.

    Hargreaves told  Optus Sport: “I don’t think Ralf will be taking Cristiano off again any time soon.

    “Ronnie let him know, ‘Just keep me on, I’m fit, I’m probably the greatest athlete at 36 years old in the world’. He doesn’t want to be taken off.

    “Rangnick has to be careful, because he has dropped the club captain Harry Maguire, Ronnie is on his side but he was frustrated that he came off, there is no need to take him off.

    “You want to keep Cristiano on side if you can”

  • New kit leaked

    Manchester United’s next home kit has apparently ‘leaked’ online and fans absolutely love the ‘retro’ look.

    Adidas have excelled over recent years with their shirt designs for United but some seem to believe this could be the best yet.

    FootyHeadlines provided supporters a sneak peek of the alleged 2022/23 campaign jersey.

    And it gave long-time supporters a throwback to the days of Eric Cantona due to the collar on it

  • United ‘fear’ Ronaldo exit

    Man United are reportedy dreading the financial ramifications Ronaldo’s potential exit this summer would have on the club.

    The Red Devils are said to be planning a tour of the United States later this year.

    And the tour won’t have the same appeal without Ronaldo present, according to the Daily Star.

    United’s pre-season tour is reportedly worth up to £20million through club sponsors, merchandising and tickets for fixtures.

    However, a large chunk of that revenue would be acquired with the help of Ronaldo’s ‘CR7’ brand.

    So United’s economic hopes could be plunged into chaos if the attacker decides to leave.

  • Keep Ron happy

    Owen Hargreaves, who spent four years at Old Trafford has warned Rangnick that he ‘has to be careful’ when it comes to managing Ronaldo.

    While on punditry duty for Optus Sport, Hargreaves said: “I don’t think Ralf will be taking Cristiano off again any time soon.

    “Ronnie let him know, ‘Just keep me on, I’m fit, I’m probably the greatest athlete at 36 years old in the world’. He doesn’t want to be taken off.

    “Rangnick has to be careful, because he has dropped the club captain Harry Maguire, Ronnie is on his side but he was frustrated that he came off, there is no need to take him off.

    “You want to keep Cristiano on side if you can.”

  • Januzaj comes good for Sociedad

    Ex-United ace Adnan Januzaj played a key role in knocking Atletico Madrid out of the Copa del Rey while playing for new club Real Sociedad.

    Januzaj was on hand to give Sociedad a first-half lead in their 2-0 win over Diego Simeone’s side.

    The winger ran riot all night and was awarded with the MOTM award for his efforts.

    The 26-year-old had 51 touches and made three key passes, two of which were deemed as big chances, he also completed two dribbles.

  • Tell the truth about Martial

    Rio Ferdinand has urged Man United to come clean over what happened with Martial.

    On his latest episode of FIVE LIVE, Ferdinand said: “If Martial isn’t telling the truth here – and I’m not casting any dispersions – but if he’s not telling the truth when he says he’s never refused to play or disrespected the club.

    “If he did refuse then someone at that football club needs to come out and absolutely put this to bed.

    “They need to give pure clarity, put a line in the sand, put a flag down and say; ‘This is us and this is where we’re at’.”

  • ‘I’d pick Ronaldo over Messi’

    WWE legend Rey Mysterio has revealed he’d rather fight Ronaldo than Messi in the WWE 2K22 video game if there was a choice.

    Mysterio reckons Ronaldo will be more fun to fight than his Argentine rival Messi.

    The 47-year-old grappler said: “Between Messi and Ronaldo. But if I had to pick one, I’d probably go with Ronaldo.

    “Just because Messi looks like he’s more of a chill laid back dude and Ronaldo will get in the ring and try something new.”

  • Sancho pens emotional message

    Man United ace Jadon Sancho has posted a touching tribute to his aunt after missing Wednesday’s clash against Brentford due to personal reasons.

    Sancho has taken to his Instagram story where he posted a love heart and dove emoji.

    Captioning the post, the England international said: “I love you Auntie Jen.”

    It remains to be seen whether the ex-Borussia Dortmund winger will be involved in the squad to face West Ham at Old Trafford on Saturday.

  • Lingard nears United exit

    Newcastle are closing in on a move for Jesse Lingard after making the Manchester United star their number one priority.

    Lingard, 29, was subject to a loan bid from Newcastle earlier in the week – which was rejected.

    But the Magpies have returned for the attacking midfielder, making United a permanent offer this time.

    The bid is currently being considered but Lingard is tempted by the generous offer, report The Telegraph.

  • Ronaldo stops car for selfie

    Cristiano Ronaldo took the time to take a selfie with a Manchester United fan after wrapping up training on Thursday.

    One of the Old Trafford faithful braved the cold outside of United’s Carrington training ground in the hopes of stopping the five-time Ballon d’Or winner.

    And Ronaldo made his day by stopping his Aston Martin DBX 4×4 to take a selfie and give him an autograph.

    Ronaldo’s act of kindness came less than 24 hours after he threw a strop in United’s 3-1 win over Brentford on Wednesday.

  • Brighton beat Prem giants for Beadle

    Brighton beat Manchester United AND Chelsea to the signing of England Under-18 star James Beadle.

    The 17-year-old has been tipped to become the Three Lions’ senior No 1 and the Seagulls swooped to land the promising teen from Charlton right under the noses of the Premier League big boys.

    Brighton completed the £400k deal at the turn of the year.

    And East Londoner Beadle – who moved into local digs down south – signed pro terms on a two-and-a-half year deal despite technically still being a second-year scholar.

    SunSport reported in October Chelsea were eyeing a £400k move.

    But the West Londoners weren’t the only Prem giants keeping tabs with Manchester rivals United and City also trying to sign him in recent months.

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