Wayne Rooney urges Ten Hag to let go Ronaldo
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Cristiano Ronaldo has expressed his desire to leave Old Trafford this summer.

The Man United legend’s future still remains uncertain although he is expected to start tonight against Brighton.

Club’s record goalscorer Wayne Rooney shares his opinion on the Ronaldo saga and urged his former club to offload the Portuguese superstar this summer.

Rooney wrote in The Times: “I think United should let Cristiano Ronaldo go. It’s not that Ronaldo can’t play in a Ten Hag team. He can play in any team. Ronny will always score you goals. But my personal view is that United aren’t ready to challenge for the title now, so the aim has to be to build a team that can win the league in the next three to four years, and you have to plan for that.

“If the reports are true that Cristiano wants to leave the club, then United should allow him to go and get a No.9 in who is going to be there for the next three or four years and really help them build a team that can be successful. Ten Hag, inset, has to be given time to do it.

“I know one thing Ten Hag has tried to change is the day-to-day environment, and that has been a real positive for everyone. When Ralf Rangnick was in charge a lot of the players found it difficult to come to terms with the lack of structure to the week and Ten Hag has addressed this.”

 

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