Manchester United are willing to permit Cristiano Ronaldo‘s exit this summer if they fail to qualify for the Champions League.
The Portugal international has excelled on his homecoming this season with 15 goals, but the club have still struggled for consistency.
The Red Devils are presently fourth in the league with 46 points, but they are no longer in control of their Champions League destiny.
According to The Mirror, the 37-year-old is far from pleased by the progress this term, and could walk away if they miss out on the top four.
The hierarchy are also aware of the situation. They are unlikely to block Ronaldo from leaving if they can’t offer Champions League football.
United can still qualify for the elite competition by winning it, but that appears a tall order for the club, judging by their performances this term.
Their defensive displays have been a big worry for some time. They have the second-worst defensive record among the top 10 clubs