Turkish league side Galatasaray are reportedly planning a bumper package for embattled Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ronaldo currently finds himself in a place which he hasn’t been used to throughout his career on the bench.
Already disgruntled by United’s lack of Champions League football this season, Ronaldo’s mood has only been soured further by the fact he currently finds himself out of favour with new boss Erik ten Hag.
The Portuguese forward has been strongly linked with a move away in January, with Galatasaray reportedly ready to go “all out” in a bid to secure Ronaldo’s services, Turkish outlet FotoMac have reported.
The Turkish side’s chief Erden Timur says the club are ready to make “all kinds of sacrifices” to make the deal happen.
Given the fact Galatasaray aren’t playing in the Champions League this season either, it is unlikely the move would interest Ronaldo.
However, he appears to be becoming increasingly frustrated with his situation at Old Trafford and could force through a move in January.
The veteran attacker only returned to Old Trafford last season but, despite netting 24 goals last term, United fell to their worst-ever Premier league finish and missed out on qualifying for the Champions League.
Their struggles led Ronaldo to seek for a move elsewhere and despite a turbulent summer in which he was linked with the likes of Premier League rivals Chelsea, the 37-year-old was eventually forced to remain with United.