Good morning Red Devils fans
According to The Mirror, Paris Saint-Germain is considering a move for Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo.
The League 1 is said to be considering offering the 37-year-old an “escape route” from Old Trafford. Ronaldo has been criticized by pundits for United’s failures this season as he continues to fight for a place in next season’s Champions League.
The French giants are said to be considering a 12-month deal for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner, a sensational move that could tie him to Lionel Messi.
And Cristiano Ronaldo is said to be in a power struggle with Harry McGuire over the captaincy of Manchester United.
Interim bosses Ralph Ranginik, Ronaldo and Maguire are understood to have discussed leaving Armband for the rest of the season, to ease the pressure on him as he struggles with the loss of his form. Are
But McGuire is reluctant to do so for fear of losing the captaincy on a permanent basis.
Interim boss Ralph Ranginik has asked Ronaldo to lead the young players in the squad, which is believed to have led to further feuds with Maguire.
United captain Maguire is said to be feeling increasingly weak inside the dressing room due to the 37-year-old superstar’s excessive influence, especially with young players.
There is now growing confidence in the Old Trafford dressing room that it is inevitable that Ronaldo will replace Maguire – who is struggling for form – as captain.
Elsewhere, Southampton manager Ralph Hessen-Hotel has rejected suggestions that he is in line to move to Manchester United.
Following the impressive performance of his team at Old Trafford on Saturday, various voices in the media have linked Austria to the United hotspot.
The 54-year-old has previously worked with Ralf Rangnick in RB Leipzig, which has led many to suggest that he do his best to help replicate his success at the Theater of Dreams together. There will be choices.
However, the Saints’ boss suggested a brief change in his press conference before the weekend match with Everton.
“It’s not in my mind and it’s not something that interests me. I don’t want to talk about my future.”
Last week, Hessen Hitler responded to an interview he gave with the German media, laughing at the suggestion that he would retire from the game when his Southampton contract expires in 2024. ۔