The future of Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United remains far from clear, with the January window on the horizon.
The Portuguese superstar, in his second stint at Old Trafford, has been reduced largely to a bit-part role under new boss Erik ten Hag. Last week saw the 37-year-old disciplined following his refusal to come on as a substitute in a league game against Tottenham.
After patching up their differences, Ten Hag afforded Ronaldo the full 90 minutes as he scored against FC Sheriff in midweek. Now, he’ll be hoping for a rare league start at home to West Ham amid continued speculation over his future.