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Cristiano Ronaldo Is Not Manchester United’s Problem

Cristiano Ronaldo Is Not Manchester United's Problem

Another hat-trick for the ever-inspiring Cristiano Ronaldo in another Premier League match.

With three additional goals, Ronaldo has now scored 20 goals for Manchester United in all competitions this season, 12 more than the club’s second highest goalscorer, Bruno Fernandes.

It demonstrates Manchester United’s reliance on Ronaldo this season, despite the fact that he is 37 years old and has been chastised for his lack of all-round ability on the pitch.

An already drab and uninspiring season would have been considerably worse if it hadn’t been for the Portugal captain’s goals this season.

The Red Devils would have had no chance of making it out of their Champions League groups, let alone finishing in the top four in the Premier League.

While Manchester United’s run in is far from over, with games against Liverpool, Arsenal, and Chelsea still to come, they remain in the race and are only three points behind fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur. With the way the things have been going recently – Spurs and Arsenal both losing at the weekend – Ralf Rangnick’s team may thank Ronaldo for his three goals in the win.

There have been requests for Ronaldo to be benched at times this season, but the truth is that Manchester United lack the depth in their team to do so effectively.

Edinson Cavani, the current second-string center forward who can cause problems on the pitch, can only play once in a blue moon and spends the rest of his time on the bench or in the treatment room. It has not worked out for the Uruguay international in his second season, and it is becoming increasingly likely that he will be free to depart this summer.

As a result, it’s up to Ronaldo to score goals and lead the line – something he’s done all season and done well. Although his hold-up play and inability to push have been questioned, Ronaldo is 37 years old and unlikely to alter now. He’s a goal scorer, and he’s done it again with a struggling squad.

The incoming manager, who appears to be current Ajax manager Erik ten Hag, will have to make a decision. Contract specifics are still being worked out, but a verbal agreement has been reached that ensures the Dutchman will be in charge of Manchester United next season, barring any unforeseen circumstances.

By now, it should be obvious that the Red Devils need to sign another centre forward this summer, either to assist Ronaldo or to take over the reins from him, based on their recent performances.

Darwin Nunez of Benfica, who is valued at over £70 million, will be a hot commodity following his efforts for the Portuguese club in the Champions League this season. The majority of Europe’s best teams will be vying for his signing, which might make things difficult for the Red Devils if they do not compete in Europe’s top tier tournament next season.

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