The situation with Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United is really heating up the fan base who have now started antagonizing the striker. According to them, Cristiano Ronaldo is behaving as if he is bigger than the club and that kind of behavior will definitely standout when other clubs consider signing him. Wanting to win is not a problem, but continuously abdicating your position in a club because you can’t tolerate losing is pure cowardice. For Gary Neville, despite being Ronaldo’s teammate at Manchester United about a decade and a half ago, Ronaldo has to go if he continues his intolerable behavior.
“I don’t like how he is behaving towards the club at the moment. No player should behave like that. When he was at Juventus I tolerated that because I wanted him at Manchester United but after joining, he hasn’t been humble at all. I think the board should let him leave the club. We have other players who we can count on.”
Donny Van De Beek
Erik Ten Hag has made it point blank clear that he will have no favorites at Manchester United next season no matter how highly rated some of the players are at the club. Cristiano Ronaldo is already dwindling his talisman points for not showing up in training while Donny Van De Beek, who many thought would be the favored player, now has to contend with the experience of Christian Eriksen for a place in the starting eleven. Van De Beek has been through a lot of tests since signing for Manchester United and this could be the toughest yet; competing with Eriksen.
Manchester United are going through a rebuilding phase and it is quite clear that for Ten Hag to succeed, he must have all hands on deck. In simpler terms, Donny Van De Beek will not be shipped out this summer since Ten Hag wants to try him out before he makes a decision about his future. If he fails to overcome Eriksen, there is a big chance that he might have to relive the experience he had with Solskjaer a few years back.
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