- Cristiano Ronaldo is currently not happy at Premier League giants Manchester United this season in the EPL
- The Portugal international is now said to have called for showdown talks with new Manchester United Chief Executive Arnold
- Ole Solskjaer was last year sacked at Manchester United due to unimpressive performance from the Red Devils
Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly demanded showdown talks with new Manchester United Chief Executive Richard Arnold over the Red Devils' performance so far this season.
Sitting on the seventh position currently on the Premier League table, it will be hard for Manchester United to challenge for the topflight title as they will have to fight to finish among th top four.
Ronaldo recently rejoined Manchester United after spending three seasons at Italian giants Juventus and the Portuguese is currently not happy with the Red Devils' form.
Despite Manchester United's unimpressive performance this season in the Premier League, Cristiano Ronaldo has managed to score 14 goals in 21 games this term.
Who will Manchester United be facing in next game?
Manchester United will be at Old Trafford on Saturday, January 22, to face West Ham United in their next Premier League game.
Former Manchester star tells current players to shut up and listen to Ronaldo in stunning statement
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how former Manchester United striker Louis Saha told the club's current players to be humble and listen to Cristiano Ronaldo who is not happy with the Red Devils' performance in the EPL.
After spending three years in Italy, Cristiano Ronaldo returned to Old Trafford before the start of the ongoing Premier League season and he has been impressive for the club.
In fact, the Portugal international scored a brace in his first game for Manchester United this season in the Premier League in which fans were happy.
However, things later tuned sour at Manchester United and this caused the sacking of Ole Solskjaer who was replaced with Ralf Rangnick on interim capacity.
Source: Sports Brief News