Manchester United have been warned that their stock price could plunge if they allow Cristiano Ronaldo to leave the club.

It is widely reported that the 37-year-old striker is looking to leave Old Trafford this summer as he still feels he can contribute to a team that can compete for the Champions League.

sky sports reported that Cristiano Ronaldo will not be attending Manchester United’s pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia due to a “family issue”.

Finance expert Dr Dan Plumley has discussed the financial impact the club could face if the legendary Portuguese striker were to leave this summer.

JUST IN: Cristiano Ronaldo won’t be part of the Manchester United squad due to leave for the pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia on Friday 🚨

The Red Devils’ share price recently fell to its lowest level since their IPO in 2012.

Dr Plumley said Football Insider:

“I think United will have to take that into account. We saw a spike when he signed. We can’t attribute that directly to his arrival, but he’s part of a whole set of things. I think we’ll probably see the peak. other side of that if he moves on.”

The financial expert went on to say:

“His profile is that of one of the biggest superstars in world football. You have to take that into account. He is a marketable asset. volatility.”

Cristiano Ronaldo will not be part of Manchester United’s squad for the start of the pre-season tour. He will not be going to Bangkok tomorrow. 🚨🇵🇹 #MUFCMan United agree to give Cristiano extra time off to settle a personal/family issue.

Dr Plumley added:

“It’s symptomatic of the way this club is run. Everything that happens on the pitch will affect the off pitch and the price of the action. This is just one of the things they need to consider when working with this model.

Chelsea are preparing a bid for Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo

Ronaldo scored 24 goals in 38 appearances for United in his first season at the club. However, his side failed to reach the Premier League’s top four and the five-time Ballon d’Or winner is currently set to play his first-ever Europa League season.

The iconic striker is said to be unhappy with United’s failure to significantly improve their squad this summer. He is also aiming to become the first man to win six Champions League titles but could find a way to achieve that with one of United’s Premier League rivals.

Chelsea are preparing a £14m bid for unstable Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo. #CFC #mufc

According to the journalist Pete O’RourkeChelsea are preparing a £14m bid for the volatile 37-year-old, who currently has 12 months remaining on his current contract.

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