“He’s not going to accept it” – Gary Neville warns Ronaldo’s next club

“He’s not going to accept it” – Gary Neville warns Ronaldo’s next club

According to Gary Neville, a former captain of Manchester United, Cristiano Ronaldo won’t tolerate less playing time at his next team.

Ronaldo’s contract with Manchester United was terminated in November, making him a free agent at the moment.

The 37-year-old has been closely associated with the Saudi Arabian organization Al-Nassr, which is making the player an enormous offer to leave Europe.

However, Neville thinks the five-time Ballon d’Or winner is more concerned with how frequently he plays for the team.

Neville stated on the Sky Sports World Cup Podcast that Cristiano “needs, wants, and has to play.”

He won’t be content and won’t accept it if that’s the case. That implies that the club that accepts him will be aware of that.

Unless the club and the player decide to have an open discussion and say, “Come and play for us, but you’re going to be seated on the bench every other week, and you’re going to compete for your place,” there won’t be a change of heart or strategy. However, we can see from his most recent two clubs, United and Portugal, that neither party has received that well.

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