Cristiano Ronaldo’s second spell at Manchester United has been completely different to the first six years that he spent at Old Trafford.
Poor results, problems in the dressing room and off-field controversies have not helped the Portuguese forward, who has struggled to hit the heights of previous years.
According to The Sun, the 37-year-old is weighing up the possibility of leaving the club at the end of the season, which would bring an end to his contract that runs until the summer of 2024.
His blistering start to the campaign saw him score five goals in his first four matches, and it appeared that he would lead The Red Devils to end their five-year trophy drought.
However, United’s season has since disintegrated, with Cristiano now considering his future ahead of the summer transfer window.
The English publication has stated that Ronaldo is unhappy with the quality of the players in the squad at United, with the club’s decline since his departure in 2009 clear to see.
However, the problems are not only limited to his teammates, with The Sun also reporting that he has told his close circle that he is feeling the effects of his age for the first time in his career, which is also causing him to think about bringing his time at the club to an end.