Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted he does not know if he will still be a Manchester United player once the January transfer window opens.
The veteran striker is keen to leave the club in the near future and United are also ready to part ways with Ronaldo, especially after his inflammatory interview saw him admit he has no respect for manager Erik ten Hag.
“It’s hard to tell,” he said. Talk TV When asked if he would still be at the club in January. “I’m focused on the World Cup. It might be the last World Cup. I don’t know what will happen after the World Cup.
“But the fans will always be in my heart and I hope the fans will be with me whether I come back or not.
“No one is perfect. I’m human. I will always make mistakes. It’s hard to know what will happen. My focus is on the Portugal national team.”
He added: “Maybe it’s good for Manchester and maybe it’s also good for me to have a new chapter. If I come back, I’ll be the same Cristiano, but I hope people will be by my side and allow me to shine as I did in other clubs.”
One of United’s most important targets to replace Ronaldo is PSV Eindhoven striker Cody Gakow, who 90 minutes understand It may be available in January.