Cristiano Ronaldo has become a problem for Manchester United with the Portuguese star desperately seeking to leave while there is still no concrete offer from other European clubs. Therefore, the Lusitanian was forced to return to the “Red Devils” training, while technician Erik ten Hag activated him in the friendly against Rayo Vallecano.
But the Dutchman decided to replace him after the first 45 minutes with CR7 who did not hesitate to show his displeasure with the 52-year-old coach’s decision, leaving before his teammates finished the match. In this form, criticism has been pouring in towards the 37-year-old, while Louis Saha has recently been added to them, with whom Ronaldo has collaborated in the past at Manchester United. The former striker of the English states that it is a bit exaggerated on Ronaldo’s part to ask the club to adapt to his demands.
“To me, it seems a little exaggerated on Ronaldo’s part to ask the club and the team to adapt to his ideas and dreams. It was a bit illogical that simply by his transfer to Manchester, the club’s situation would magically change. As a Manchester United fan who sees the situation from the outside, I think Ronaldo thinks more about himself than the team. I would like Ronaldo to stay, but I don’t want to judge his current actions more,” said Saha.