Cristiano Ronaldo 'ready to QUIT Man Utd in shock exit this summer with fears over their progress in transfer market' | The Sun

CRISTIANO RONALDO could leave Manchester United this summer unless they show more ambition in the transfer market, reports claim.

The veteran forward scored 24 goals in 38 appearances last season, but was part of statistically United's worst season of the Premier League era.

Ronaldo, 37, has spoken of his excitement at the appointment of new boss Erik ten Hag.

But reports in his native Portugal suggest he is frustrated by the Red Devils' lack of transfer business.

According to Record, Ronaldo could quit the club for a second time unless they buck their ideas up in the market.

They add that he has told United chiefs: "Up your game or I'll leave."

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The Red Devils are yet to make a signing this summer, despite having seen the likes of Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Edinson Cavani, Nemanja Matic and Juan Mata on free transfers.

United have seen top target Darwin Nunez join Liverpool, while they have reportedly been snubbed by Ajax defender Jurrien Timber.

A deal is yet to materialise for top target Frenkie de Jong and reports claim that Christian Eriksen could snub the Red Devils to stay at Brentford.

Despite United's lack of transfer business, Ronaldo is optimistic about the future under Ten Hag.

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He told the Red Devils' club media: "What I know about (Ten Hag) is he did a fantastic job for Ajax, that he's an experienced coach.

"But we need to give him time.

"Things need to change the way he wants. I hope we have success, of course, because, if you have success, all of Manchester is going to have success as well. I wish him the best.

"We are happy and excited, not only as players, but the supporters as well.

"I wish him the best and let's believe that, next year, we are going to win trophies."

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