Manchester United have been dealing with the news that Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave and is searching for another club. The news has led to several questions, including Erik ten Hag's reaction to the news. He also addressed the arrival of James Garner at Old Trafford. Let's find out how Ten Hag plans to tackle the situation. Here are the answers to some of the questions surrounding Ronaldo's future.Ronaldo wants to leave Manchester UnitedAfter two months without a signing, Erik ten Hag fears Manchester United will start the season without Cristiano Ronaldo. Ten Hag was the new manager of Ajax and he had delivered a home truth to the board at Old Trafford. Ten Hag did not seem convinced by the manager's statement that Ronaldo was not for sale. He said the club needed to bring in new players and wanted Ronaldo to be part of the squad.Unless Ronaldo agrees to stay, United could finish sixth in the Premier League next season. If he leaves, however, United would be left short of a center forward. Anthony Martial has played up front in Ronaldo's absence. He spent the second half of last season on loan at Sevilla. Edinson Cavani has also left the club after his contract expired.Ronaldo's future has been a subject of speculation since it was revealed he wanted to leave. However, Ten Hag says Ronaldo will stay at the club beyond his contract. The Portuguese international is expected to start the season with United despite his lack of availability for pre-season tours in Thailand and Australia. The club has been unable to secure a new contract because of his contract, which expires at the end of this season.In the meantime, the club has made contact with the agents of Paulo Dybala, a free agent after leaving Juventus. The versatile winger could complement the team's style of play and suit Ten Hag's free-flowing approach. It is unclear whether Manchester United will make a bid for the Brazilian. But the rumours are premature as the club remains in talks with Juventus.His agent is looking for a new clubNew Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal is in no rush to sign Ronaldo, but it is inevitable. Atletico have made their interest clear. The player has not yet met the new manager, who has not even been to Manchester. The Dutchman's introductory press conference revealed his limitations in English, although he greeted local journalists with a personal handshake.Manchester United are in talks with the agents of Juventus midfielder Paulo Dybala, who is available for free. The versatile player can play behind the striker or across the front line, and could fit the free-flowing style of Ten Hag. And there's a good chance he'll play for Man Utd, too. But if he doesn't come back, he must replace Ronaldo with a new player.Despite the high level of uncertainty surrounding Ronaldo's future, United have a month until the start of the new Premier League season. The Portuguese has been training in Lisbon alone, but he is not doing the same amount of work as his team-mates. And there is no sign that the club has put pressure on him to report for training. However, the player is expected to report back to training on Tuesday.With Ronaldo on loan to Sevilla, United will have a lack of central forwards. While Anthony Martial is playing up front, he also spent the second half of last season on loan at Sevilla. Another option is Ajax winger Antony. The two will make the team's defense even more dangerous. But in the end, a lack of center-forwards could hurt United's chances.Erik ten Hag's response to Ronaldo's futureWhile the real estate market is flooded with offers for a superstar, a few clubs have chosen to ignore the high-profile star and hold their cards close to their chest. With a year remaining on Ronaldo's contract, the Manchester United coach is confident that the club will not sell the player in the summer. Erik ten Hag is refusing to discuss Cristiano Ronaldo's future, saying that nothing has changed. However, he did offer his teammate encouragement, telling him that he would not be leaving the club.The Portuguese superstar's future is in the hands of Erik ten Hag, with the club refusing to rule out an extension for the player. Multiple reports have suggested that the Portugal international is eyeing a move away from Old Trafford. Despite this, however, the manager believes that Ronaldo will honour his contract obligations and stay until 2024, so a deal would not be out of the question.Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has ruled out a summer transfer for Cristiano Ronaldo, but he still wants to keep the forward. He is willing to build the team around the legendary forward, and says he wants to keep Cristiano Ronaldo. Having won a third Eredivisie title with Ajax, ten Hag will be joining Manchester United in the summer, where he will oversee a major transformation of the squad.James Garner's arrival at Old TraffordCristiano Ronaldo has not attended the Manchester United pre-season, and manager Erik ten Hag is planning ahead to the first game without the talisman. A recent Instagram post by Georgina Rodriguez highlighted the importance of an athleisure brand in her life. Ten Hag has been praised for how he has handled the situation with Ronaldo, and says the Portuguese international 'probably doesn't want to come to Manchester United'.The Portuguese striker has also been urged Man United fans to be patient and give new manager Erik ten Hag time to transform the club. Manchester United had their worst Premier League season for years last season, finishing with the lowest total since the 1989/90 season. Without Ronaldo, the Red Devils would have finished seventh, with West Ham beating Brighton on the final day. While the club's season was undoubtedly disappointing, it was also a successful one for Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored 18 goals in 30 Premier League matches and helped Man Utd reach the Champions League knockout stages.Ronaldo has indicated that he wants to leave the club for another club. United are not in the Champions League this season and are not in shape enough to compete with the top teams in England. After all, they finished sixth last season, 35 points behind first-place Manchester City. Despite this, Van Ter Hag has repeatedly claimed that he relies on the Portuguese striker.The Portuguese superstar has broken his Premier League duck against Chelsea on Saturday. This season, the Portuguese striker has scored eight goals against the top five. In total, Ronaldo has scored 23 Premier League goals, which is 14 more than his teammate Bruno Fernandes. Clearly, Manchester United are heavily reliant on Ronaldo this season. If Ronaldo leaves, it will mean a disastrous season for the club and their fans.Ronaldo's performances this seasonManchester United have struggled under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick and have only reached the semi-finals of one competition. Erik ten Hag, the sixth manager since Sir Alex Ferguson retired, has impressed with his style of play and has created a buzz around the club. The Portuguese forward hopes Ten Hag can restore United's reputation after the poor season they had last season.United's summer transfer window has been dominated by rumours about the signing of Anthony Martial. The winger has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford, but is yet to agree to a fee. However, Erik ten Hag is concerned that Ronaldo could be a late arrival. After all, Ronaldo is only one month away from starting the new Premier League season.The Dutchman's concerns have been well-founded. Manchester United have struggled with inconsistent results and performances for months. While many players are winding down their careers, some players are reportedly unhappy with the way they have been trained by interim manager Ralf Rangnick. The Dutchman will instead look to promote youth and look to the long term to improve the team's results.After watching the game from the director's box, Erik ten Hag is worried that Man Utd may be forced to start the season without Rona's performances. The Brazilian forward scored twice in the second half but failed to find an effective final pass. Moreover, Manchester United were weak at the back, and Palace's strikers were dangerous.