Manchester United star player Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly concerned over the club’s failure to sign a player yet in the current summer transfer market.
The player is saying he is likely to leave the club if the Old Trafford hierarchy fails to support the coach Erik ten Hag and sign players.
Manchester United head coach Ten Hag is seeking to re-mold United’s beleaguered playing squad now that he is officially at the helm, but the Dutchman has already suffered numerous setbacks in his bid to bring in new recruits.
The club have been chasing Barcelona star player Frankie de Jong, Ajax defender Jurrien Timber and Antony for weeks without making headways.
According to news reports, Cristiano Ronaldo is ‘worried’ about United’s current approach in the transfer market.
They are the only top-six club in the English Premier yet to sign any player apart from Chelsea.
Ronaldo returned to the club intention of winning trophies and was ‘determined’ to see out the initial two-year deal he penned last summer, but the former Real Madrid star is looking for teammates that will strengthen their squad and he may leave the club if the club fails to sign any player soonest.