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Controversial statement against Cristiano Ronaldo: 'He didn't go to City because he knew he would be Guardiola's second choice'

Controversial statement against Cristiano Ronaldo: ‘He didn’t go to City because he knew he would be Guardiola’s second choice’

Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo (Reuters)

Cristiano Ronaldo is still in the eyes of criticism and is the main target of the interior who lives in the Manchester United dressing room. Former and current footballers, journalists and fans are accused almost daily against the Portuguese, who they blame for forcing coach Solskjaer to leave.

at this opportunity, The one who directly targeted the character of the Red Devils was the former Manchester City star, who confirmed that CR7 turned down the Citizen Cast’s offer because it would be a replacement. “Cristiano Ronaldo did not go to City because he knew he would be a second choice for Guardiola”, p.That controversial statement that Trevor Sinclair.

“I’m starting to think that Manchester City got away with not signing Cristiano Ronaldo. Looking at some of the young players on the team like Jadon Sancho or Marcus Rashford, you can see that they are struggling to succeed, but of course Cristiano is the culprit,” Sinclair said in an interview with the radio. TalkSPORT.

Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola (Reuters / David Klein)
Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola (Reuters / David Klein)

The 48-year-old former British midfielder did not hesitate to point out the Portuguese number due to the problems United are facing. “You have to know your role, you are a footballer signed by the club. You have to shut up because sometimes it is the best thing to do. It causes a lot of problems. Not only because of his lack of goals recently, but because of the fact that Solskjaer has gone and left Michael Carrick (temporarily) out of the game against Chelsea.

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In this regard, Sinclair went straight to the point and said: “He didn’t go (to Manchester City) not because he wouldn’t win trophies, because he would have won many trophies, but because he knew he would be a second choice for Pep Guardiola. At United, he felt he could almost drive Solskjaer. I think some of them just want to do more for themselves and that’s never good for the club.”

England fans pose for a photo with former England footballer Trevor Sinclair during Euro 2020 (Reuters/Ed Sykes)
England fans pose for a photo with former England footballer Trevor Sinclair during Euro 2020 (Reuters/Ed Sykes)

Because of internal problems in the dressing room, the British press reported that several Manchester United players asked to be transferred. “The atmosphere is very bad in the dressing room and it looks like the team will have big problems in the future,” he said. daily mirror Based on an anonymous source and mentions the cases of Jesse Lingard, Donny van de Beek, Eric Bailey and Dean Henderson as those who requested to leave the club.

After 21 days, Manchester United are seventh in the Premier League table, with two matches to play. At the moment, it is outside the qualifying zone for the European competitions.

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