Cristiano Ronaldo may not want to stay at Manchester United if the new manager brings in a high-pressing style of play, according to Gary Neville.The Red Devils turned heads when re-signing the Portugal star from Juventus in the summer transfer window. Indeed, it looked as if former boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had nailed his plan up front with £73million signing Jadon Sancho.
United have therefore faced criticism for throwing away that strategy and costing Solskjaer his job.
Ultimately, though, Ronaldo has helped Man Utd on numerous occasions this season. He led the side through to the Champions League last 16 with a number of high-profile goals. More recently, his hat-trick secured all three Premier League points against Tottenham.
He signed an initial two-year contract back at Old Trafford, but it remains unclear if he will stay. Fi …