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Ronaldo missed training for Final Group Stage match

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Ronaldo missed training for Final Group Stage match. Prior to Portugal’s final World Cup group stage match, Cristiano Ronaldo skipped training. Along with injured players Otavio, Nuno Mendes, and Danilo Pereira, the former Manchester United forward also didn’t play. Ronaldo might sit out the final FIFA World Cup group stage game, according to a Marca report.

Portugal has already qualified for the Round of 16, thus Fernando Santos might change his starting lineup for the game against South Korea. Rafael Leao might start instead of the former Manchester United great, according to the report. The tournament’s opening game saw Ronaldo score, making him the first player to do it in five different FIFA World Cups.

In November, Manchester United and Cristiano Ronaldo amicably ended their relationship. The Portuguese star, who made headlines for his scathing chat with Piers Morgan, is now a free agent. The proprietors of the club, don’t care about the club, Ronaldo said about Manchester United’s owners. Manchester United, a marketing club, as you may know, will make money from marketing; nevertheless, in my opinion, they don’t care about sports.

They never spoke to him, he insisted, adding, “Never.” The president and sporting director are given complete power. Ronaldo continued to discuss the club’s owners just before leaving for the FIFA World Cup: “The supporters are always correct, and the fans should know the truth.” They should be aware that we players only want what’s best for the team. I came to Manchester United because I love this club and I want the best for the organization.

However, there are several factors at the club that prevent Manchester United from competing at the highest level, such as Manchester City, Liverpool, and even now, Arsenal, for instance. It’s challenging. It’s challenging. In my opinion, Manchester United will find it challenging to remain at the top of the league for the next two to three years. Al Nassr of Saudi Arabia is interested in Cristiano Ronaldo and has prepared a €200 million per season contract.

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Salman Shaikh
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