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Cristiano Ronaldo told to stop ‘bullying’ Man Utd as Liverpool and Arsenal claim made



CRISTIANO Ronaldo has been told that if he played for a team like Liverpool or Arsenal, he would not get away with his actions.

Cristiano Ronaldo told to stop 'bullying' Man Utd as Liverpool and Arsenal claim made

According to former England winger Sinclair, Cristiano Ronaldo is using his transfer demands as a “bully” against United. Ronaldo reportedly requested that his contract be cancelled since he wants to leave Old Trafford this summer.

The former Real Madrid and Juventus forward has not yet resumed preseason workouts and was unable to join the team on its most recent tour owing to personal obligations. He met with United manager Alex Hag on Tuesday to talk about his future.

However, Ronaldo is still of the opinion that he should leave now. According to The Mail, the 37-year-old wants his contract terminated so that he can go for free.

Sinclair, however, thinks that rival Premier League teams wouldn’t tolerate that behavior from one of their players. He claims that unlike Ten Hag, managers like Jurgen Klopp of Liverpool and Mikel Arteta of Arsenal would not tolerate Ronaldo’s behavior.

United has been begged by the pundit to refuse his requests. Sinclair claimed to talkSPORT that the man was holding the club hostage.

“Can you picture a player doing this to Jurgen Klopp or Pep Guardiola? We watched how Antonio Conte and Thomas Tuchel handled the Romelu Lukaku incident; he wasn’t engaging in any of his antics.

Even the young manager Mikel Arteta warned his top player Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, “You’re not playing, I’ll get you out of here as soon as I can. Although it’s a difficult situation—Ronaldo is attempting to leave, Erik ten Hag is new to the position—I don’t want to see United humiliated.

Last week, Sinclair asserted that Ten Hag may already have Anthony Martial in place of Ronaldo. “He’s done well, Tony,” he added. He impressed me during the preseason by scoring several quality goals.

“He appeared to be in good shape before the preseason began, to have gotten right to work, and to be smiling. A brand-new manager is hired and given the opportunity to start over.

“Why would you want to leave Manchester United when you can serve as their primary No. 9 and they are on their way back?” Erik ten Hag reportedly said, “If you start well and start giving us what I want you to give us… and I’ve showed you in training what I want,” and he’s begun scoring goals, so I guess that’s what he meant to say.


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