Jamie Carragher believes that Erik Ten Hag has to make the decision to cross out Cristiano Ronaldo’s name for Manchester United’s next season. The former Liverpool player remembers what happened in the arrivals of Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp, to Manchester City and Liverpool, respectively, and leaves a piece of advice to the new coach of the red devils: let CR7 out.
“When Guardiola arrived at City he said no to Joe Hart. Everyone was surprised. Klopp did the same with Benteke, who had cost £40m, at Liverpool. I’m convinced Ten Hag has to do that with Ronaldo, whether he is authorized to do so or not. I have said this throughout this season: this was not a good signing”, began by saying Carragher, in the Overlap debate, from Sky Sports.
“Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the greatest players of all time and he’s a million times better player than I was. Obviously I’m not telling him to hang up his boots and I’m not saying this to disrespect him. played in such a bad team like this one. He always played in great teams and always tried to be the protagonist. That’s a negative thing when you’re not in a good team and that’s what I’ve always thought throughout this season. United can’t go on with another season with a 38-year-old forward, even if he still scores goals,” the former Liverpool defender said.
In any case, remember, Erik Ten Hag has already publicly stated that he counts on Cristiano Ronaldo for next season.
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