Cristiano Ronaldo has expressed his dissatisfaction with the current path of his club, Manchester United, in the English Premier League, even after the arrival of new coach Ralf Rangnick.
And the Portuguese international posted on Instagram on the occasion of the New Year a picture of him and his family, and wrote: “I am not happy with what we have achieved with Manchester United, none of us are happy, I am sure of this.”
It should be noted that United is currently ranked sixth in the English Premier League table, but has played fewer matches than those of the top five teams.
The Red Devils have not lost since Rangik took office at the beginning of last December, and at the end of the year they were able to beat Burnley by three goals to one, after the team was disappointed by a positive tie against Newcastle with one goal for each team.
“We know we have to work harder, play better and give more than we’re doing right now,” Ronaldo said.
Ronaldo had returned in the summer to United from Juventus, where he had played for the English club between 2003 and 2009, and since his return, Ronaldo scored eight goals in 15 matches he played in the English Premier League.
Rangik had recently praised Ronaldo and the team’s offensive line.
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