Manchester Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly sent a firm message that made Rald Rangnick face pressure. The Portuguese player asked to be demoted when Manchester United (MU) served Tottenham Hotspur in the English League, Sunday (13/3/2022) early morning WIB.
Cristiano Ronaldo is said to be still angry because he was not played in the Manchester derby against Man City last week. The player’s agent, Jorge Mendes, tried to be a peacemaker when Ronaldo spoke to him about his future at United.
The former Juventus player has returned to training at Carrington, having reportedly recovered from a hip injury. He then uploaded a photo accompanied by a description, which is believed to be a message for Rangnick.
“Working hard towards a strong recovery. CR
According to The Sun , Thursday (10/3/2022), Mendes tried to suppress Ronaldo’s emotions. The star is reportedly determined to leave Manchester United in the summer of 2022.
Cristiano Ronaldo is still angry that Rangnick said he would only be a substitute for the match against Man City at the Etihad Stadium. He immediately complained of a hip injury, left the MU squad, and flew to Portugal.
Rangnick is reportedly not aware of Ronaldo‘s trip to Portugal. MU did not officially give approval, although the club did not mind as Ronaldo was injured and there was no training session on Monday (7/3/2022).
However, the matter created an uncomfortable tension in Carrington. The players noticed that Ronaldo’s mood was far from cheerful.
He has United allies, namely several senior players, but Rangnick is trying desperately to unite the camps.
Victory to Keep Chances in the Top Four – The clash against Tottenham Hotspur is very important for MU. An absolute victory is needed by the Red Devils to keep the chance of finishing in the top four.
Rangnick is reportedly looking to field midfielders Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba as false 9s against City. He told Ronaldo that he needed fresh feet on the pitch.
Ronaldo also expected him to make an impact off the bench. But the Portuguese was furious and insisted he could make an impact from the start.