Ten Hagi seems to have asked Ronaldo about his choice: “It’s not my decision”

Cristiano Ronaldo made the 60th hat trick of his career on Saturday, but Old Trafford is not undisputed. Current manager Ralf Rangnick is not worried about whether Ronaldo still has a future in The Mancunians.

Ronaldo, 37, returned to Manchester United last summer after twelve years and has had a ups and downs since then. Despite 21 official hits, including two hat tricks, it is doubtful whether he will appear in the new leader’s plans. “In the end, it’s not my decision and he’s signed for another year,” Rangnick told a news conference after the game with Norwich City.

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The German interim pope refers to his successor, probably Ajax coach Erik ten Hagi. “That decision will be made by the new manager in consultation with the board. But he will show it again against Tottenham (on March 12, when he also scored three times, ed.) And in this game, it is he who can change.”

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