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Cristiano Ronaldo continues to star in newspaper covers for his recent controversial performances. After being absent for a good part of the season, CR7 returned to play for Manchester United but when he was substituted he decided to leave the stadium in a new tantrum.
The Portuguese striker, who has been classified as selfish on several occasions, was criticized again after his action. this time for Louis Saha, a former ‘Red Devils’ footballer who believed that he was against the attitudes that CR7 is having to leave the team.
The former player was also very harsh with what the Portuguese striker did in his second spell at Manchester United, since For him, Ronaldo has not shown enough, so he sees it unrealistic that with a discreet performance, the club adapts to his demands.
“From Cristiano Ronaldo’s point of view, it’s a bit unrealistic to ask a club of this size to accommodate him and his dream. As a Manchester United fan, I feel that he has not shown enough and only thinks of himself,” Saha argued.
Cristiano’s attitude is bringing him a lot of criticism, both by the press and by football experts. Even his own coach, Erik ten Hag, publicly expressed his annoyance after the Portuguese left the stadium in the middle of the game ensuring that this type of behavior is unacceptable.
Cristiano Ronaldo seeks to leave Manchester United at all costs this season, as the Portuguese wants to play in the UEFA Champions League, however, there are few clubs that can really pay his salary and that have shown interest.
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