BLV Piers Morgan is no different from “adding fuel to the fire” when it is true that Ronaldo leaves MU.
The story of Cristiano Ronaldo leaving MU is heating up. The Portuguese superstar continues to be absent from the Carrington training ground for “family reasons”. Information related to CR7’s new stop is constantly appearing in the newspapers. Even information that Ronaldo is ready to “flip” with MU was also posted.
Piers Morgan “adds fuel to the fire” Ronaldo’s departure from MU
In the midst of that confusing situation, commentator Piers Morgan, a loyal Arsenal fan, constantly “adds fuel to the fire”. After boasting of inviting Ronaldo to Arsenal, the British writer had a long article in The Sun with the title “Ronaldo left MU is right – He is like a Hollywood superstar among a group of Love Island actors”.
Love Island is a popular reality show in the UK, but Piers Morgan described the actor on the show as “lazy, spoiled and famous only for showing off his body”. The British writer satirized the current MU players no different after a bad performance last year.
Piers Morgan revealed Ronaldo is still extremely hungry for the title and if he stays at MU, the Portuguese superstar will receive nothing but disappointment. “I still talk to him regularly and understand Ronaldo’s frustration at MU right now.
Remember, he returned to MU because Ronaldo believes the team can still compete for titles. CR7 believes that he is the missing piece of the team. MU can compete in the Champions League, even the Premier League. He used to think so.
Ronaldo thought he could win titles with MU
But Ronaldo was disappointed with all he received. Hard work, enthusiasm, the will to win at MU is almost absent even in young players. Ronaldo had a rather strange interview earlier this year.
He mentioned that when he first came to MU, CR7 received a lot of advice from Rio Ferdinand, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs or Roy Keane, the big brothers in the club at that time. Ronaldo has really listened to those tips to improve.
However, he does not see that in the young players of MU. They don’t want to listen to Ronaldo’s advice. CR7 said that MU’s young players have talent but don’t have a clear direction.
Last season, Ronaldo scored 24 goals including 18 times in the Premier League. He is only inferior to Salah and Son Heung Min, the “Top Scorer” of the tournament. CR7 even scored more goals than Harry Kane, who is nearly 10 years younger than him.
Ronaldo may be MU’s problem, but it may not be. He will leave. I believe it because he is sick and tired of carrying the current MU squad.”