CRISTIANO RONALDO is allegedly “worried” by Manchester United’s slow start to the summer transfer window.
The Portuguese superstar, who has vowed to pay for damage to a home that one of his security staff crashed his £1.7m Bugatti into in Majorca this week, still has a year remaining on his contract.
Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly ‘worried’ about United’s transfer activity
SunSport understands that the 37-year-old is likely to honour his deal at Old Trafford.
However, this latest story states he wants to end his “last season at the top level” with a trophy and that has led to concerns over United’s strategy.
Champions Manchester City have already swooped to sign Erling Haaland while rivals Liverpool have forked out £85m for Darwin Nunez already this summer.
The Red Devils have been linked with moves for both Barcelona’s Frenkie De Jong and free agent Christian Eriksen.
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But despite lots of speculation, new boss Erik ten Hag is yet to complete his first transfer signing.
Now Spanish outlet AS states Ronaldo is growing concerned that the club’s rivals are pulling even further away from them.
It highlights his “worry” over the lack of transfer activity and claims he has “doubts” ahead of the upcoming campaign.
City and Liverpool are not the only ones to have strengthened their ranks ahead of the return for pre-season training.
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Arsenal, who finished above United in fifth last term, have bolstered their midfield with the capture of Fabio Vieira.
And Tottenham, who clinched fourth spot, have brought in Yves Bissouma, Ivan perisic and Fraser Forster.
Ronaldo returned to United last summer on a two-year deal and finished top scorer with 24 goals in all competitions for the club.
But it was a miserable ordeal all-around for all involved at United as they failed to mount any extended cup runs and finished a lowly-sixth in the top-flight.