Football England – Ang: In the midst of a clash with Cristiano Ronaldo, Rooney makes a confession

Wayne Rooney, still associated with Manchester United, advised the Mancunian club to get rid of Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese striker clearly didn’t like it and let his former team-mate know, who confessed his jealousy.

Cristiano Ronaldo can show honorable statistics, his return to Manchester United remains a failure. The striker, author of 18 goals this season in all competitions, has failed to bring his team back into the Premier League title race, let alone the Champions League. Worse, the Portuguese is the subject of controversy in England, where observers believe he no longer has the necessary physique. This is also the view of his former teammate Wayne Rooney who advised the Red Devils to eject CR7.

“Cristiano has aged”

He scored important goals in the Champions League from the start, he scored a hat-trick against Tottenhamthe Englishman first acknowledged on Sky Sports. But looking at the future of the club, I think you need to play with more determined young players who are doing their best to lift Manchester United over the next two to three years. It is clear that Cristiano has aged. He’s definitely not the player he was in his twenties and it happens, that’s football.

He is a threat to the goal, but in the game they need more and they need hungry young players ‘ insisted Wayne Rooney. Suffice it to say, Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t appreciate it. Suddenly, when the ex-Mancunian posted a photo of the “Monday Night Football” show with consultant Jamie Carragher, number 7 left a comment as simple as clipping it on Instagram: ” two jealous And the five-time Ballon d’Or winner was right about Wayne Rooney.

I would say there is not a single footballer on the planet who is not jealous of Cristiano Ronaldothen humorously confessed to the Derby County manager. The career he had, the trophies he won, the money he won, his chocolate bars, his body (laughs). I think all players except Lionel Messi are jealous of Cristiano Ronaldo. A way to end the controversy with a smile.

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