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Day Lionel Messi Warned Cristiano Ronaldo's Old Trafford Return Would Backfire
- Lionel Messi's comments about Cristiano Ronaldo's reunion with Manchester United have re-surfaced
- The Argentine superstar spoke candidly about the transfer, warning that it was unlikely to go according to plan
- The re-emergence of Messi's comments came amid reports that Ronaldo is looking to dump the Red Devils barely a year after rejoining them
Lionel Messi's comments warning that Cristiano Ronaldo's Old Trafford would backfire have emerged.
Ronaldo sealed a reunion with Manchester United last summer, penning a two-year contract with the Red Devils.
However, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner is believed to be plotting to depart United this summer.
Ronaldo is said to have already informed United chiefs about his desire to cut short his second stint.
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Lionel Messi warns Ronaldo's Man United reunion could backfire
With Ronaldo's future now up in the air, Messi's comments on his football rival rejoining United have emerged.
According to The Mirror, the Paris Saint-Germain superstar warned that Ronaldo's return to the Theatre of Dreams was unlikely to go to plan.
Messi observed that the Premier League had undergone a significant revolution from the last time Ronaldo played there.
"United are a very strong team with great players. Cristiano already knew the club, but that was at another stage and now he has adapted in an impressive way," Messi divulged to Marca back in November 2021.
"From the beginning, he has scored goals as always and had no problems adapting. In the Premier League, it is not as good as we all thought, but it is a very difficult and even competition in which things take a lot of turns. After December it changes a lot and anything can happen," he added.
Cristiano Ronaldo's shock demand to leave Manchester United has thrown Erik ten Hag's plans into disarray as he scrambles to contain the fall-out from the Portugal star's power play.Football
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