Cristiano Ronaldo, the Portugal international who is trying to make his way back into the first team for Manchester United, was given advice by Wayne Rooney, a former forward for the club, to be patient and to make the most of the opportunities that come his way. Rooney’s comments were made while Rooney was playing for Manchester United.
Ronaldo, who is currently in his second stint at United, has started only one game in the league so far this season. He was also linked with a move away from the club during the summer transfer window, despite the fact that manager Erik ten Hag stated that Ronaldo was still a part of his plans for the upcoming season.
Rooney, who played with Ronaldo at United from 2004-2009 and believes the 37-year-old would find it difficult to adjust to his lack of playing time, played with Ronaldo at United from 2004-2009.
Rooney, who is currently the manager of DC United, told reporters on Friday that the team’s previous manager had “clearly gone a different route” in terms of how they were playing and had been successful. Rooney oversees a team in the Major League Soccer.
“Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are two of the best players who have ever played the game, but in the end, time will catch up with all of us.” It is very clear that he is not the same player he was, for example, when he was 22 or 23 years old. It is a challenging situation for him.
On Sunday, United will compete against Everton in a league match. United is now sixth in the rankings with 12 points after seven games played.