Portugal footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly played his last game for Manchester United. According to the reports, newly-appointed team manager Erik ten Hag isn’t keen to retain Ronaldo for the next season. Notably, the Portugal player was signed by the club last year with a two-year contract and it would have been extended for another year. Prior to the signing, the 37-year-old was playing for Juventus.
For the unversed, this is his second stint as he played for the club for the first time in the early 2000s. Meanwhile, in a video uploaded by Sky Sports Premier League on Twitter, the star footballer was heard saying ‘I am not finished yet.’
This gave fresh air to the rumors of him not leaving the club. In the video, he was cheered by thousands of fans after the team played their final game of the season. The game was played between United and Brentford and was won by the Men In Red by 3-0.
Watch the video here
When walking off the pitch in his final home game for Man Utd this season, Cristiano Ronaldo appeared to send a message to the camera ðŸ‘€pic.twitter.com/8zW02vGYgw
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) May 3, 2022
However, later the football star clarified on Instagram that didn’t say that on the camera.
‘I didn’t say that’, Ronaldo wrote on Instgram.
Talking about the Funchal-born player, he struck one goal in the game in the 61st minute. At that time, the team was leading the game by 2-0 margin and the goal ensured that the team finished the season on a high. The team had a topsy-turvy time in the tournament. If the football legend’s contract does get terminated, he could head towards his old team Real Madrid.
For the unversed, he has played for Madrid earlier. According to the reports, Madrid’s team management is impressed with the performance of Ronaldo. It will be interesting to see which team Cristiano heads to in the future. Recently, Real Madrid won their record 35th La Liga title.