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Cristiano Ronaldo's betrayal to Manchester United paralyzes England

By Liam Styles

Cristiano Ronaldo's betrayal to Manchester United paralyzes England

Manchester United fans will have a reason to care about ‘Ronnie’ 

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Despite having left the club and not being well regarded among the Manchester United fans, Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to be a topic at Old Trafford. The Portuguese player is definitely the big star in the Saudi Pro League and the most important part of the new Saudi investment project, as Ronaldo is ambassador of the country out and inside Arabia.

The Portuguese has completed a wonderful season at Al Nassr, having scored 14 goals in 16 games played with the Saudi team, and far from leaving the Saudi club, he is looking for new improvements not only in the squad but also in the institution, which already is one of the biggest in the country with its biggest rival in the Saudi football, Al Hilal.

In this sense, Ronaldo has already moved his contacts with the bran Nike to sponsor his team jerseys in the 2023-2024 season and he is also impacting on some decisions about the composition of the squad. Due to Ronaldo’s recommendations, Al Nassr has already signed the Portuguese coach Luis Castro from Botafogo, and now he could be asking for an European football superstar, which also interests Manchester United.

Ronaldo prepares his vengeance against Ten Hag and Manchester United

Cristiano has recently recommended Al Nassr to sign the Cameroonian goalkeeper Andre Onana from Inter Milan, who has strongly been linked with Manchester United, as he is a top target for the manager Erik Ten Hag. The Dutchman considers Onana a player consistent enough with the ball on his feet and able to help the team to break low blocks through the positional play, which is totally a must in the Dutchman style of play, but Cristiano Ronaldo could be ready to 'steal' the player for Al Nassr to complete a potential vengeance against the coach who asked for his exit from Manchester United. 
 


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