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Man Utd news: Cristiano Ronaldo ‘angry’ as Jose Mourinho comments come to light


Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo is said to have been ‘angered’ by Ralf Rangnick’s comments as Jose Mourinho’s old criticism of the striker has come to light

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Cristiano Ronaldo has been left angered by interim Manchester United boss Ralf Rangnick’s comments, according to reports.

Ronaldo made a return to Old Trafford last summer in a move which left Red Devils excited for this season, but things have not turned out as hoped with United struggling for form.

The side’s difficulties on the pitch led to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking and ultimately Rangnick’s arrival, but the Portuguese forward is reportedly unhappy with life under his new boss.

It comes as Jose Mourinho’s old comments on the United forward have come to light, and with Edinson Cavani’s personal sacrifice backfiring.

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Cavani’s sacrifice backfiring

Edinson Cavani’s “sacrifice” to delay his long-term wish to return to play in South America is backfiring, it is claimed.

The Uruguayan, whose contract expires at the end of the season, was widely linked with a move to Argentina giants River Plate last summer but the move never materialised.

Cavani could have left last summer but said he and his family had “decided that we would sacrifice” his wish to go back to South America by staying at Old Trafford for one further year.

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But the striker has found himself behind Cristiano Ronaldo in the pecking order with just two goals this season.

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Mourinho’s comments come to light

Jose Mourinho’s blunt comments have left Cristiano Ronaldo with egg on his face after yet another outburst.

Ronaldo recently tried to explain the fractures within United’s squad in an interview with Sky Sports.

He explained how younger players have not always been listening to his advice behind-the-scenes.

But, Jose Mourinho’s old criticism of Ronaldo appears to show that the Portuguese forward was once guilty of exactly the same thing.

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Ronaldo ‘angry’

Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly been left angered after being name-dropped by interim boss Ralf Rangnick while he was criticising his side.

Rangnick said: “It’s not just about Cristiano Ronaldo. He should score more goals, it’s obvious.

“I think we’re creating enough scoring plays, but it’s not just Ronaldo’s problem, it’s all attacking players. We didn’t score enough goals.”

And the comments are said to have damaged the German’s relationship with Ronaldo, who is said to now think Rangnick doesn’t have the ability to transform the Red Devils’ fortunes.

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