LaLiga News: Rumor has it that Manchester United want to get rid of Cristiano Ronaldo in January

    Manchester United have reached their limits with Cristiano Ronaldo and want the superstar to leave the club as early as January, reports say.

    Ronaldo’s apparent refusal to come on as a substitute against Tottenham on Wednesday before leaving before the final whistle resulted in the striker being banned from playing any role in this weekend’s Premier League clash with Chelsea.

    Now Ronaldo may have played his last game for the club unless the bridges are rebuilt.


    Ronaldo’s last visible play action as a Manchester United player may be walking down the tunnel before the final whistle in a Spurs game.

    The act appears to have been an act of rebellion and there are now widespread reports that Ronaldo refused to leave the bench at the end of the game.

    According to i and The Sun, United manager Eric ten Hag has decided he’s had enough and it’s time to part ways with the 37-year-old five-time Ballon d’Or winner.

    Ronaldo’s performances during his second spell at United have been mixed and amid diminishing returns, Ten Hag is said to want Ronaldo to move to another club in January or have his contract terminated. Ronaldo’s contract runs until the end of this season.

    In the last transfer window, when Ronaldo looked interested in a move, there was clearly not enough suitors, so arranging a transfer for the former Real Madrid star can be a difficult task, unless, of course, he succeeds with Portugal in the World Cup.


    Ruben Neves has unfinished business Porto and 25 year old Wolves The midfielder has said he wants to return to the Premier League giants while still in his prime. He left at the age of 20 to join his current club. Portugal international Neves told Canal 11: “I really want to return to Porto, but it’s impossible to say when exactly. I hope that I am in better conditions and that they still want me. I don’t know how I will be in a few years, but my goal is not to go to Porto to end my career, but to win titles. I was there for three years and didn’t win.”

    Andrey Lunin proved to be a handy substitute for Thibault Courtois in RealMadrid goal, but will he stay at the Santiago Bernabeu? Mundo Deportivo says the Ukrainian goalkeeper could leave before the expiration of his contract, which runs until 2024, if he becomes disillusioned with life on the bench, with the paper suggesting Madrid will not stand in his way.

    Lazio They are said to be looking for a backup for Ciro Immobile, their veteran Italian striker, and have reportedly set their sights on two Spanish strikers. According to Corriere dello Sport, Maurizio Sarri is looking after the players. ElcheArgentine frontman Lucas Boy as well as SevilleHispanic Rafa Mir.

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