Ronaldo’s ego is too big, interested clubs are warned

Dubai

Former Chelsea star John Obi Mikel evaluate Cristiano Ronaldo having too big an ego. Clubs interested in Ronaldo were warned by Mikel about this.

The Portuguese soccer superstar will be a bone of contention following the split Manchester United. Ronaldo had to leave Old Trafford mid-season after conducting a controversial interview which criticized many MUs, including manager Erik ten Hag.

Ronaldo’s situation is sure to heat up the transfer market in January 2023. The five-times world player of the year has so far been linked with Newcastle United and the Saudi Arabian club, who are reportedly offering a very lucrative contract.

However, it did Cristiano Ronaldo will be anchored in an elite club is still in doubt. The reason is that Ronaldo is well paid and was rejected by a number of top European clubs last summer.

Obi Mikel won two Premier League titles and one each in the Champions League and Europa League with Chelsea. The former Nigerian national team player believes Ronaldo’s behavior off the pitch may make fans hesitate to recruit.

“I’ve never really been a Ronaldo fan, really,” said Obi Mikel Dubai Eye. “For me, when a player has too big an ego, I really don’t understand. He’s never been one of my favorite players, and that’s why I’ve always chosen Messi.”

“I mean, if someone went out and did an interview like that, does it make you think that if he had joined your club in January, wouldn’t he have done the same? I mean, every club would be aware of that.”

“But listen, it’s still Cristiano Ronaldo; he is one of the greatest players of all time. I think he will have a club in January and continue his career.”

Ronaldo ended his Manchester United career with 145 goals in 346 appearances over two spells. The controversial interview came shortly after Ronaldo left the pitch early after refusing to play in the closing stages of the game against Tottenham Hotspur.

“I think it’s a very bad scenario, he’s done a lot for the club, and to see him finish like this, it’s really bad. I don’t think he should have done that interview, wrong timing anyway. Just not right. Not right for a player like him who has achieved a lot in this game” concluded Obi Mikel.

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