In the world of football, one of the most talked-about subjects is the news of Ronaldo's transfer request. The apparent plea from Cristiano Ronaldo for Manchester United to let him leave if they receive a good offer is still generating reactions from fans and commentators.
Reactions followed as soon as this news surfaced. His signing has drawn criticism from the outset, they said. According to a remark from Jamie Carragher, "I knew he would score goals but then make the team poorer." Although the circumstances might support such opinions, I believe Ronaldo should be allowed to leave because he kept his pledge.
Manchester United was Ronaldo's preference over Manchester City. Old Trafford served as his residence. He chose the Red Devils over those annoying neighbors out of love. He made this choice to do it. So why should his request to depart be denied if he makes that decision?
Although emotions will still continue until a solution to the problem is found, I think Manchester United should let him go because he kept his word. You might be curious as to what these promises include. Readers, hold on, Calistosports will soon expose it.
Cristiano Ronaldo said this upon his return to Manchester United "I'm glad to be back at home. I want to make history and support Manchester United in their pursuit of championships, thus this is the ideal choice. I'll give it my all on the field."
I will offer everything on the pitch, he stated, which is a significant vow. You cannot deny that Ronaldo has put in a lot of effort and has "given everything on the pitch," as he promised, whether you are a fan, a rival, or a critic.
When Ronaldo drops the ball during a game, he dashes back to try to get it back. He moves backward to assist the team when it is defending. He is there at corners and free kicks among the other guys. He moves quickly, plays defense, and even attempts to motivate his squad. What are these things if not the fulfillment of "giving everything"?
We may go on to say that the club didn't even need him. But unlike players like Martial, Rashford, or others, we can't call him lazy. Ronaldo puts up more effort than players in their 20s even at the age of 37. More than any other player last season, with the exception of David De Gea, he "gave everything" on the field.
Cristiano Ronaldo carried the team on his shoulders in a number of games, particularly in the Champions League. He was their lone source of victories and points. He is the main reason they were able to escape their original group in the first place. If this isn't proof that "offering everything" works, I don't know what is.
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