SPORT: Football
MANCHESTER UNITED will NOT stand in the way of Cristiano Ronaldo if he decides to leave this summer.

The Red Dev­ils face a huge bat­tle to even qual­i­fy for the Cham­pi­ons League in anoth­er dis­ap­point­ing season.

Ronal­do has made his frus­tra­tion clear at his inabil­i­ty to chal­lenge for the Pre­mier League title.

And accord­ing to the Mir­ror, Unit­ed will no longer stand in his way if he wants to leave Old Traf­ford this summer.

The 37-year-old would still have one year left on his con­tract with the Red Dev­ils but they would still let him go.

He only returned last sum­mer and has had a mixed cam­paign after suf­fer­ing his worst goal drought in more than a decade.

The Por­tuguese super­star wants to play in Europe until his final retire­ment in the com­ing years.

That, com­bined with his enor­mous com­mer­cial val­ue, was said to have been the key fac­tor in his comeback.

It did­n’t work out as expect­ed, how­ev­er, with Ole Gun­nar Sol­sk­jaer sacked halfway through the season.

But Ronal­do is still Unit­ed’s top scor­er, with 15 goals in the 19th cam­paign of his illus­tri­ous career.

The 576,000 EUROS a‑week star is want­ed by PSG and Roma if he decides to stop there.

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