There seems to have been a big new development in Cristiano Ronaldo's future following certain talks his camp has held with Manchester United.
The Portuguese forward returned to the Red Devils in August last year, 12 years after his departure from the club in 2009 when he left Old Trafford in a then-world-record transfer for Real Madrid.
While Ronaldo has scored 14 goals in 21 matches since his return to Manchester, United's struggles have reportedly left him deeply concerned with the direction the Red Devils are headed in, with his agent said to have held showdown talks with the club.
Did you see how Ronaldo reacted to being substituted in United's 3-1 win over Brentford on Wednesday?
According to The Sun, his representatives recently met with incoming chief executive Richard Arnold, who has replaced Ed Woodward, to discuss a number of worries regarding the situation United is in.
In a recent interview, the ex-Real Madrid and Juventus talisman did not hold back as he demanded more from his teammates, and took aim at the younger generation of footballers for what he feels is an inability to take criticism.
Ronaldo also raised eyebrows when he insisted he did not return to United to finish anywhere outside of the top three in the Premier League, although he has also been supportive of interim boss Ralf Rangnick.