Ronaldo told he’s right to leave Manchester United
Football Pundit and radio presenter, Mark Goldbridge has defended Cristiano Ronaldo’s decision to dump Manchester United.
The talkSPORT’s pundit, who is also a Manchester United fan, admitted that the Portuguese would not want to finish another season without a trophy and Champions League football.
Ronaldo is set to leave the club if a good offer from another club comes in.
A Ronaldo departure would be very upsetting for Man United fans, but Goldbridge understands why Ronaldo would want to leave.
“I think he’s right to do it.
“Some fans will disagree with me. Does he want to play another year like last year where he’s not competing?” He queried.
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