Cristiano Ronaldo’s problems with Man Utd hierarchy: What has made him unhappy

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Manchester United’s miserable season since Ronaldo’s arrival has had a silver lining in it. But, it is claimed that Ronaldo is fed up with the board

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According to reports, Cristiano Ronaldo is unhappy with Manchester United’s board for making ‘erratic sporting choices’.

Ralf Rangnick’s appointment, which was widely welcomed following the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been criticized.

Rangnick’s role at United will remain a mystery. There were reports that he would be taking on a consulting position. This was denied by the 63 year-old.

There’s a lot of uncertainty in the pitch.

Rangnick’s Red Devils have not seen much improvement under his leadership. They lost 1-0 to Wolves last time they played, as players struggle to adapt to his style.

Ronaldo was the silver lining to a terrible season that began after his arrival in the summer. He scored 14 goals in all competitions, which is a huge relief.

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But Catalan publication Sport reports that he is fed up with United’s board for what he perceives to be ‘erratic sporting decisions’.

It is also claimed that Portugal’s star is “disillusioned”Rangnick was impressed with Rangnick’s strategy and philosophy during crisis talks between Man United star Jorge Mendes and Jorge Mendes about his future at Old Trafford.

Mendes was reported to have visited Manchester to meet with his client and discuss the possibilities of resolving the matter.

Ronaldo is allegedly feeling the pressure and is concerned that United might not be able to win silverware.

Ronaldo was told by a source close to him Silver Screen Beats “Cristiano is very concerned about what is happening at United. The team is receiving a lot of criticism and he knows he is regarded as one of the leaders.

“Cristiano is stressed because of the many problems.

“He desperately wants his United move to be a success, but he is starting to recognise that winning trophies with the current set-up could be a real struggle.

“Jorge visited him, and they had a good chat about how things are going. They discussed what their problems were, how they could be solved, and the possible solutions. There is no way to know.”

Former United midfielder Paul Ince is worried about the club’s long-term strategy as confusion continues to linger behind the scenes under the Glazers.

He told Mirror Football: “There is no transparency at Old Trafford once again.

“I’m not sure what the board are doing, I’m not sure what Ed Woodward is doing.

“They had planned to go after Pochettino by sacking Solskajer, but this didn’t happen.

“There’s an interim manager now until the end of the season. The question I would ask is ‘are they looking for someone else at the end of the season?’

“Rangnick says that he can stay for 18 more months but that he is only there for six months.