Liverpool legend, Jammie Carragher, has advised new Manchester United manager, Erik Ten Hag, to do without Cristiano Ronaldo.
According to him, Ronaldo will be 38 next season, which won’t be good for the club.
He said, “I’m convinced that Ten Hag has got to do it with Ronaldo, whether he’s allowed to or not. I have said this consistently throughout this season: that was not a good signing. Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the greatest players of all time, and I’m seen as a guy who’s criticising Ronaldo.
“Ronaldo is a million times a better player than I ever was; I am not fit to lace his boots, obviously, but I’m not saying that to be disrespectful to him – he’s amazing – but Ronaldo has never played in a team this bad. He’s always played for great teams, and his attitude of trying to be the main man, driving the team on, getting the goals, when you are in a great team, that is seen as a positive.
“When you are not playing for a great team, it can be seen as a negative, and I think it has been this season. Man United can’t go into next season with a centre-forward who will be 38, even if he does score goals. That is not right for Man United.”