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The five-time Ballon d’Or winner made an immediate impact on his return to Old Trafford last summer, with Ronaldo scoring 14 times in 26 appearances for United.
However, Ronaldo has struggled with his goalscoring form in recent weeks and has failed to score in his last six matches for the Red Devils.
The 37-year-old Portuguese forward’s longest goalscoring drought came back in the 2008-09 season for United and lasted for a total of seven matches.
Ronaldo, who was re-signed by United from Juventus in a £12.8m deal, has been met with criticism after his side dropped valuable points in back-to-back fixtures.
And the Portugal captain’s relationship with Ralf Rangnick has ‘fractured,’ with the United interim manager lacking the ‘support of the heavyweights in the squad.’
The Sun now reports that ‘a trio of top European clubs [are] circling’ around Ronaldo if the United star plots a sensational exit from Old Trafford.
According to the newspaper, both Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich are attracted by the prospect of signing Ronaldo.
It is also believed that Roma would be ready to pounce on a move for Ronaldo, which would reunite the United superstar with former Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho.
Ronaldo, who is under contract with United until 2023, reportedly wanted to end his career at Old Trafford.
The Sun claims Ronaldo’s super-agent, Jorge Mendes, has ‘held talks’ with United chief executive officer Richard Arnold over the club’s poor run of form recently.
The former Juventus and Real Madrid star could make a U-turn on his decision to leave United if the Red Devils ensure Champions League football for next season.
“Ronaldo is really torn about his future. He would love nothing more than to win trophies at United, but at the moment that seems like it’s going to be a struggle,” a source told the publication.
“He doesn’t want to spend the last couple of years of his stellar career in mid-table.
“Some big clubs are monitoring the situation and have put the feelers out already.”
United have dropped to fifth in the Premier League table and are one point adrift of fourth-place West Ham, with Arsenal, Wolves and Tottenham all vying for top four.
The Red Devils were dumped out of the fourth round of the FA Cup earlier this month after a penalty shootout defeat to Middlesbrough at Old Trafford.
Rangnick’s men were then held to a 1-1 draw to Burnley at Turf Moor before a second consecutive 1-1 draw with Southampton at Old Trafford.
United will return to action on Tuesday night when they host Brighton at Old Trafford, with kick-off slated for 8:15pm UK time.
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