Cristiano Ronaldo 'snubs David Beckham's Inter Miami' but Man Utd transfer future still uncertain ahead of season | The Sun

CRISTIANO RONALDO has reportedly turned down a move to Inter Miami.

The 37-year-old superstar has decided to stay at Manchester United where he may be named captain.

David Beckham was supposedly trying to tempt old pal Ron to join his MLS team.

The Daily Star report that Beckham and Inter Miami "explored the chances" of luring his ex-Real Madrid team-mate in a bid to "boost the team's performance and brand".

It would have been a move in the same mould as Gareth Bale – who confirmed his signing with Los Angeles FC this week – but Ronaldo will stay at Old Trafford.

And the Mirror report that new boss Erik ten Hag may hand the armband to the Portugal legend.

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Harry Maguire was named skipper by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but the defender could be in danger of losing the role under Ten Hag.

Ronaldo would be an obvious choice and is already in the leadership group at United.

He was also the club's top goal scorer with 24 goals in all competitions in 2021-22.

But things have not gone entirely to plan for the striker since returning to Old Trafford last summer.

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He will go a full season without a trophy for the first in 12 years.

And there have been various public spats that led to Ronaldo being dropped for questioning his future at United.

The summer transfer dealings allegedly haven't helped his mood, as six first-team players have been released without confirming a new arrival.

Club legend Gary Neville moaned that the club has become a "graveyard" for players.

In response to a tweet about Christian Eriksen, who is currently deciding between the Red Devils and Brentford as his next club, Neville wrote: "That’s why Dividends have to stop for a period.

"Every penny has to go back into the club until it becomes attractive again. The club has become a graveyard for players.

"Culturally for owners to take money out of a poorly performing business is demoralising!"

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