Football NewsKleberson understands why Cristiano Ronaldo is upset
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Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has been warned that he will have to change the way he plays in order to remain a mascot presence for Man Utd under the interim boss, with Ronaldo still resigned to being named on the bench for a trip to Chelsea.


A little about the topic

Carrick was quick to litter any talk of unrest at the Man Utd camp after seeing his No.7 head straight down the tunnel at the end of a 1-1 draw in west London, with all the time great just turning out of his plans as a different approach was preferred.

Chances are high that Cristiano will be returned to starting XI Man Utd for another heavyweight Premier League clash with Arsenal on Thursday, but Kleberson – former Old Trafford teammate of the five-time Ballon d’Or winner – believes he will need to offer more to the collective cause. if Ralf Rangnick is convinced of his worth.


What did Kleberson say about Cristiano Ronaldo?

Brazilian footballer Jose Kleberson, who played in the association, spoke about the debate over the value of Cristiano’s and whether he does enough off the ball to be featured prominently with Ralf, that Ronaldo can help Man Utd; he is a leader and can help other players as well.

There was a moment in Chelsea’s game when they got a chance late and Cristiano tracked down the full-back and tried to intercept the Chelsea cross. according to Kleberson, Cristiano Ronaldo is trying to help Man Utd, but these are difficult times for them. It was not a great season.

Jose realizes how upset Ronaldo is. His reaction is normal for a player who doesn’t start or go to bed early. They will never be happy with it. But Cristiano will have to change the way he plays to help the team more, because that’s what Man Utd needs to get back to the top of the table.

Jose Kleberson added about the disappointment that seemed to boil when Cristiano chose not to acknowledge the travel support on Man Utd’s last outing, that Ronaldo was just upset at the end of the game as he headed straight down the tunnel. It was not directed at supporters or a manager. He got off the bench and they drew a game. Chelsea had more ball and more dangerous chances, all the top players would be annoyed and upset about it.