Manchester United reportedly seem to be accepting that re-signing Cristiano Ronaldo last summer was an ‘error of judgement’.
This is according to a report from the Daily Mirror, which also suggests that the Red Devils won’t block Ronaldo from sealing a transfer away this summer if the opportunity comes along.
There has been growing speculation over Ronaldo’s future, with the Portugal international not really looking himself lately, and with time surely running out for him to win major trophies in Europe before retiring.
The Portugal international will turn 38 next season, and the Mirror suggest we might not see much more of him in the Premier League as Man Utd come to their senses.
The report explains that United largely signed Ronaldo to prevent him joining rivals Manchester City, while commercial factors were also key to the deal.