Gary Neville, a Manchester United veteran, believes that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the club’s manager, would privately concede that Cristiano Ronaldo should not have joined the club this season.
According to Neville, Solskjaer would prefer manage Manchester United’s team from last season.
This summer, the Portuguese forward made a spectacular return to Manchester United to assist the Red Devils in their title chase.
This season, Ronaldo has helped the club get through several difficult situations, but he has not been able to prevent them from falling out of the top four.
“I thought there was something building last season.” If you asked him privately, ‘Would you like last season’s squad back?’ I believe he would say yes. “I believe he would return,” says the author. He said on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football,
“They have six explosives in the dressing area where the pins have been pulled out.”
“I’ve seen Del Bosque lead a Real Madrid club to the Champions League, Zidane has done it with amazing players, and I believe PSG is like that right now.” You see Pochettino, but you don’t think it’s a Pochettino team.
“Ole’s got a smidgeon of it now.” Cristiano Ronaldo, Bruno Fernandes, Edinson Cavani, Paul Pogba, and Harry Maguire are among his teammates.
“Massive characters in the locker room, Maguire will look at Varane in the locker room and wonder whether he is no longer the alpha dog?”
“You have the dynamic of Cavani, who was urged to stay on the bench but now has Ronaldo, Rashford, and Greenwood in front of him.”
“Sancho came in for £75 million and now he appears to be in and out.”
“With all of these concerns arising, Solskjaer must find a way to bring that group together.”
“He needs to create a basic defensive shape that the guys believe in and then let the others go win the games for him.” It’s the only option for him to reclaim control of the season.”