Wishing to leave Manchester United, Cristiano Ronaldo has been tensing up leaders and fans for many weeks. Faced with this tense situation, the former glory of the Red Devils, Gary Neville, decided to bang his fist on the table by criticizing the attitude of the Portuguese striker.
Ronaldo annoys the Manchester world…
In England, more than elsewhere, consultants take up a lot of space. In England, more than elsewhere, the voice of former footballers counts enormously. If Jamie Carragher is one of those who never beat around the bush, his opponents from the Manchester United era have much more difficulty in being impartial when their heart club is concerned, attests to the almost non-existent criticism against of ‘Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for almost three years. But among the ex-Red Devils, there is one who managed to break the silence.
Indeed, Gary Neville decided to bang his fist on the table. Also known to be acidic in his comments, the Valencia coach no longer accepts the attitude of Cristiano Ronaldo (37). According to the Briton, the Portuguese striker, who wants to set sail, is taking the club hostage. He is one of the best players in the world. Couldn’t he do this interview? Couldn’t he come and talk to us instead of asking other people to do it? asked about English for the Daily Mail.
After spending a season with a very disappointing team, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner cannot imagine missing the Champions League, his favorite competition, for the first time in 21 years. A desire that irritates his former captain on the side of Old Trafford. We all know that if a club qualified in the Champions League comes for him, he will leave. But for now, that is not the case. It’s a bit unpleasant regrets the 47-year-old man, who has a radical solution to end this soap opera.
Let Ronaldo go
Which ? Let Ronaldo go to allow Erik ten Hag to calmly build his squad. You cannot let your star player run the shop. I know the fans want Ronaldo to stay but if he wants to leave Manchester United should make it easier , a termin the former lateral right. An outcome that would prove CR7 right. But for the sake of Manchester United, Neville is ready to turn his back on him to start a new era, nine years after the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson.
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