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Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo’s formidable companion during his first stint in the club has suggested Manchester United, if the claims have been confirmed, that should release the wanted-for trend even (37) years ago Portuguese striker from the world, saying that the team should look at building an army that can compete for titles, particularly that of the Premier League, as an alternative to stopping to keep the player.
Wayne Rooney often known as the man who caused Manchester United to shift their focus away from Cristiano Ronaldo and to purchase an all-new striker (no. 9) which could most likely be there to aid the club in creating an employee which has the potential to be successful and return the membership again to its thriving days.
Wayne Rooney talked about, “If there is a fact that Cristiano is looking to leave Manchester United and leave Manchester United, the club should Manchester United should allow him to leave and find a number. 9 who is likely to be in the club over the course of the next 3 or 4 years, and really help them to build an team that is successful.”
Reiterating that the three-seven (37) years ago Portuguese all over the world would like to be granted his request to leave the club, Wayne Rooney, acknowledging that Erik ten Hag and Manchester United’s team isn’t a problem to Cristiano Ronaldo, said his belief that Manchester United needs a workforce in the long term which Cristiano Ronaldo’s presence unlikely to allow.
It was he (Wayne Rooney) who spoke, “I think Manchester United should let Cristiano Ronaldo go. It’s not because Ronaldo isn’t able to play for a Ten Hag team. He’s able to play for any team. However, my personal view is United aren’t in a position to compete for the title right now The goal has been to construct a team that will be able to win the league over the next three or four years. You must plan for this.”