Manchester United star player Cristiano Ronaldo. (Photo Courtesy: Facebook)
Cristiano Ronaldo has been making headlines since his explosive interview with Pier Morgan. The 37 years old striker who is on his second stint with Manchester United made several allegations that have not been taken lightly.
Cristiano Ronaldo accused Manchester United of living in the past as well as he claimed that he has no respect for the Red Devils new manager Erik Ten Hag.
According to ESPN news reports, former Arsenal star player Ian Wright has advised Cristiano Ronaldo to seek for help to get him to reality that he should retire soon.
Ian Wright revealed that Ronaldo is finding it hard to come to term that he is set to retire soon which is not what he expects.
"For him not to be able to deal with his career coming to an end, it happens to all of us, it happened to me, you do feel a sense of 'is that it?' It must be difficult for him and something he may need to seek counselling for." Ian Wright stated.
Should Cristiano Ronaldo retire?
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