Striker Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Manchester United in the summer if the club does not qualify for the Champions League.
According to The Sun, talks were underway this week between representatives of Ronaldo and Richard Arnold, who will become the new chief executive in early February.
Ronaldo is concerned about how things are going for the club, which is currently in seventh place in the Premier League. The forward, who will soon turn 37, intends to continue playing until the age of 40, but wants to finish his career as a winner, and now there is little chance that this will happen at Manchester United.
Ronaldo has made 16 Premier League appearances this season and scored 8 goals.