Cristiano Ronaldo ‘ready to quit’ Man Utd but Bayern rule themselves out of transfer

Date published: Friday 24th June 2022 10:26 - Will Ford

Man Utd striker Cristiano Ronaldo claps the supporters

Cristiano Ronaldo has warned Manchester United he will leave this summer if they don’t improve their transfer game, but Bayern Munich are not interested in the Portuguese star.

Ronaldo is concerned over United’s transfer business under Erik ten Hag, or lack thereof, with Record claiming he’s ‘ready to quit’ this summer.

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United are yet to make a signing this summer following the arrival of Ten Hag as their new permanent manager, and Ronaldo has warned ‘up your game or I’ll leave’.

And that led a report from AS claiming Bayern are ready to move for the 37-year-old.

Robert Lewandowski has downed tools at the Allianz arena to force through a move to Barcelona, and the Spanish publication cited Ronaldo as possible replacement should they lose their top scorer.

But that rumour has been quickly dispelled by Bild, With Christian Falk insisting the Bundesliga side have no interest in Ronaldo.

Meanwhile, former United coach Rene Meulensteen is concerned over the club’s lack of transfer activity and has warned Ten Hag over his “massive step up”.

Meulensteen told talkSPORT: “It is a bit of a worry. If you look how Liverpool and City have done their business with Darwin Nunez and Erling Haaland, they have strengthened.

“United have far more work to do than that. It is a massive step up [for Ten Hag]. He needs to get the dressing room buying into his ideas and way of work, because there are some issues there over the last season or so.

“He needs to sort that out and hit the ground running. You want players to come through the door and you want to get fans excited. I think the messaging from him through the media has to be important.

“They are just sliding and sliding and if I don’t see really quality coming through the door. If Ten Hag has a similar squad to last year with the players who are left, then it will be a big, big challenge.”

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