Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag could reportedly be given another £100 million (R2 billion) cash injection in the upcoming transfer window, but only on one condition.
The Dutch head coach enjoyed a high-spending past few months as he was given significant funds by the club's hierarchy to strengthen the playing roster.
The Red Devils were the second biggest spenders, after Chelsea, in the most recent transfer window with a total spend of £208.6 million (R4.1 billion) as things stand, per Transfermarkt.
It appears that the Glazers are ready to back Ten Hag even further if Cristiano Ronaldo leaves.
According to The Sun, Ten Hag will be given £100 million (R2 billion) to spend on new players if Ronaldo jumps ship in January 2023.
It is said that the manager was already set to receive a budget of £70 million (R1.4 billion) that will be increased in the event of the Portuguese forward joining a new club.