Man United Hero Louis Saha Advises Club to Sell Cristiano Ronaldo ‘If He Doesn’t Want to Play’

Man United Hero Louis Saha Advises Club to Sell Cristiano Ronaldo ‘If He Doesn’t Want to Play’

  • Louis Saha wants his former club to take a strong stance on Cristiano Ronaldo's posture about exiting Old Trafford
  • The ex-France and Man United striker believes the uncertainty around Ronaldo's future is a disruption to the progress of the club
  • Ronaldo recently returned to England after missing the club's pre-season tour due to 'family reasons'

Former Manchester United striker Louis Saha has urged his former employers to offload wantaway superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ronaldo, who made a fairytale return to Manchester last summer, was unavailable for United's pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia citing family reasons for his absence.

Meanwhile, the 37-year-old Portuguese captain has dominated transfer news with multiple speculations linking him to a move away from Old Trafford.

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Ex-Man United forward Louis Saha wants his former employers to take a bold stance on Cristiano Ronaldo's uncertain future. Photo credit: @ManUtd @louissaha
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Despite talks with United chiefs about his future, Ronaldo is keen on a transfer this summer as he chases Champions League football.

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His posture has divided opinions among fans of United but a former teammate, Louis Saha, who play alongside Ronaldo for four years, believes it's time for the Red Devils to offload the Portuguese.

When asked by Squawka courtesy of bet365 whether Man Utd should sell Ronaldo, Saha responded: “Yeah, if he doesn’t want to play for the club anymore, you have to get rid of him.
“He didn’t participate in the tour; he’s not been in training, so you have to show discipline.
“He’s a world-class player so maybe his circumstances are unique but there is a limit to what you can take.
“The group needs to gel, it’s not an individual sport. I’m the biggest supporter of Cristiano, I understand his priorities but at some point, the disruption has to stop.

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“You have to make a decision and I’m keen to see how it all plays out.”

Ronaldo keen on exiting Old Trafford despite talks with United chiefs

Earlier, Sports Brief reported that it has now emerged that the first round of talks between Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United officials have broken down.

Ronaldo is said to be still keen on forcing his exit out of the club this summer. After skipping preseason training, the Portuguese international was seen at Carrington Training Ground yesterday.

Reports had indicated that he was back to try and find a solution to his immediate future. Club legend Sir Alex Ferguson and the club's Chief Executive Officer(CEO) Richard Arnold were also spotted at the training complex.

Source: Sports Brief News