Cristiano Ronaldo sends message to Manchester United fans, he’s not going anywhere

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MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - MAY 02: Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United salutes the fans at the end of the Premier League match between Manchester United and Brentford at Old Trafford on May 2, 2022 in Manchester, United Kingdom. (Photo by Ash Donelon/Manchester United via Getty Images)

Cristiano Ronaldo has no intention of going anywhere. After his last home game of the season, Ronaldo looked worried at Old Trafford. But this was not a farewell.

Cristiano Ronaldo has one year left on his Red Devils contract, and with his looks, he intends to see it succeed.

The striker applauded and greeted the fans, who have been holding the team for a long and bad season. There are two away games left, but this was the last home game.

If there was any confusion about his future, Cristiano Ronaldo wanted to clarify his intentions, with a message behind the final whistle.

Cristiano Ronaldo wrote that he applauded the ‘amazing supporters’, referring to the ‘hard season’, and that he focused on making Manchester United better.

Cristiano Ronaldo and United signed the most popular home fans, though a few thousand left early in the 73rd minute, coming out to protest against the Glazers.

Most of the supporters remained, but the exit was still visible on television broadcasts around the world.

United won the match 3-0, with Ronaldo’s penalty coming in between Bruno Fernandes’ goals and Raphael Varane’s first goal for the team.

Ronaldo has reached 24 this season, with 142 all-time goals for the club, the 14th highest in the club’s history. If it sticks, it can move up the list.

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