Cristiano Ronaldo allegedly needs to pass on Old Trafford to play Champions League football as Manchester United get ready for their initial Premier League round of the time
By Tom Blow
03:00, 7 Aug 2022
Manchester United's Premier League crusade begins on Sunday evening as they invite Graham Potter's Brighton to Old Trafford.
Erik ten Hag has affirmed new signings Christian Eriksen, Lisandro Martinez and Tyrell Malacia are all in the edge for a beginning job against the Seagulls, while Luke Shaw is fit once more. Anthony Martial will miss the apparatus subsequent to getting a minor physical issue in pre-season.
However there's one inquiry that is all the rage - will Cristiano Ronaldo play against Brighton? The Portuguese hotshot has made an impression on Ten Hag... also, it's remembered for our United gather together. Here are the most recent titles from Old Trafford.
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Ronaldo "prepared" to play
Ronaldo has heaped the strain on Ten Hag to begin him against Brighton. The forward hasn't included a lot of as of late subsequent to missing the visit through Thailand and Australia because of 'family reasons' - playing only 45 minutes of United's pre-season plan thus.
With that restricted game-time, Ronaldo is believed to be behind his partners as far as wellness levels. He was dragged away at half-time in a well disposed against Rayo Vallecano as Ten Hag hoped to safeguard him in his most memorable trip under the Dutchman.
Source: https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/manutd-brighton-group cristiano-ronaldo-27677408.amp
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