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Man Utd told the player they must sign to stop Cristiano Ronaldo from leaving, Ten Hag could get him without paying a penny

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United were shocked to learn over the weekend that their Portugal superstar wanted to leave the club during current transfer season. 

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Man Utd told the player they must sign to stop Cristiano Ronaldo from leaving, Ten Hag could get him without paying a penny

Manchester United have been urged to sign free agent Paulo Dybala and pair him with former Juventus teammate Cristiano Ronaldo.

Dybala is a free agent, and former Crystal Palace player Darren Ambrose believes his arrival will encourage Ronaldo to stay at Old Trafford.

United were shocked to learn over the weekend that their Portugal superstar wanted to leave the club during current transfer season. 

The 37-year-ambition old’s is to continue playing in the Champions League, a competition in which the Red Devils will not compete this season.

Dybala has been linked with a move to Manchester United as a possible successor for Cristiano Ronaldo. 

However, Ambrose believes the Argentine will be unable to fill the void left by the attacker.

Instead, the commentator believes United should reunite Dybala and Ronaldo and play them together. The pair worked together for three years at Juventus, from 2018 to 2021.

Ambrose told talkSPORT: “I think they should [sign Dybala] if Ronaldo stays. I don’t feel he’s a suitable replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo.

“He’s a fantastic player but he hasn’t got the numbers that Ronaldo gets, he doesn’t score as many goals. Whether he can do that in a Manchester United side remains to be seen.

“But the best thing that can happen to Manchester United with Ronaldo is to put a partner next to him that works hard, and Dybala will do the press, he will do the squeeze, he’s a fantastic player. Keep them both.

“Sign Dybala and keep Ronaldo, play them together, see how that works out. He wouldn’t be a replacement if Ronaldo left but yeah I expect Manchester United to go for players like Ronaldo.”

Meanwhile, former United right-back Paul Parker believes Ronaldo’s departure will not be a major blow to his old club.

Parker, on the other hand, believes Erik ten Hag must act rapidly to replace him and bring in other significant signings.

He said: “He wants to leave, he wants to move on and that old adage has come out again, ‘I want Champions League football’. I think for the sake of Manchester United I don’t see it as a bad thing if he wants to go.

“But what they’ve got to do more than anything is they’ve got to be prepared, they’ve got to have a centre-forward. In theory, they’ve got to start signing players because they’re just not bringing anyone in before pre-season and then it might be a last-minute one coming in, which isn’t always good.”

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