Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville has issued a warning to the team, saying that if they don’t let Cristiano Ronaldo leave this summer, the Paul Pogba dilemma will recur.
Ronaldo is willing to leave Old Trafford this summer despite having played only 45 minutes of preseason football.
Jorge Mendes, the player’s 37-year-old agent, is reportedly looking for a new team, although United insists the player is not for sale.
Neville believes that the team would be significantly less stressed going into the following season if Ronaldo left.
“It has occasionally occurred over the past few years. Pogba wasn’t necessarily playing up with the team all the time, but his agent was. You cannot put your best player in control of the . Therefore, Sir Alex Ferguson moved players because it was required to do so in the past. According to Neville on the Overlap, “I respect Manchester United fans, but if Ronaldo wants to leave, Manchester United ought to facilitate it.
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