Cristiano Ronaldo Advised To Retire After An Underwhelming Manchester United Return

Cristiano Ronaldo’s heroic return to Manchester United in the summer did not go as planned, and the Portuguese star is now being questioned.

Frank Leboeuf has advised Cristiano Ronaldo to consider retirement with Manchester United unable to compete.

After a year away at Real Madrid and Juventus, the Portuguese international returned to Old Trafford this summer. Ronaldo, now 37, has long withstood the natural aging process that affects most players. 

He is still competing at the greatest level, having won the Champions League and the Ballon d’Or in the last two years. 

However, with United unable to compete for trophies this season, Ronaldo has received more criticism than he is used to to. 

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The striker has 15 goals in 29 games, but he recently went on a goal drought that lasted more than a decade, and he has been accused of disturbing the team’s chemistry as United faces the possibility of losing out on the top four. 

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