English Football – Party at Al Nasr, Cristiano Ronaldo enters the Manchester United dressing room

English Football – Party at Al Nasr, Cristiano Ronaldo enters the Manchester United dressing room

Nearly a year ago, Cristiano Ronaldo was forced to leave Manchester United after being sidelined by Erik Ten Hag. The Dutchman did not appreciate CR7’s position. However, Ronaldo continues to influence the young players in the locker room.

A failed outing and an image forever tainted in the minds of Mancunian supporters. Manchester United expelled Cristiano Ronaldo last season after crossing the red line. For several months, he was in open conflict with his coach Erik ten Hag, who benched him upon his arrival. CR7 has publicly expressed his frustration with the controversial interview with Piers Morgan but also with some of the disgraceful gestures. For example, he left Old Trafford midway through the match against Tottenham. The behavior is not up to the standard of his career and past with the Mancunian club. It is enough to disgust the young talents in the dressing room, even if some of them have already forgiven him.

Garnacho follows in the footsteps of Cristiano Ronaldo

This is the case of Alejandro Garnacho. Although he is Argentinian, the 19-year-old admires Ronaldo rather than Messi. This is evident in artistic gestures and evasions, similar to those made by CR7. But it also appears at the level of symbolic gestures. On Tuesday evening, after scoring against Crystal Palace in the League Cup, Jarnacho celebrated his goal, drawing inspiration from “ Siwoo » From his Portuguese idol. He certainly preferred to raise his fist but his race towards the corner post, with his index fingers pointed towards the ground, brought to mind his Portuguese sheikh. This is no coincidence as the CR7 has been on Garnacho’s mind for months.

The Daily Express publishes in particular the numerous posts of the young Argentine on social networks. The latter loves to appear in the Al-Nasr shirt, gushing with Ronaldo in his stories. In addition, he was aiming to take over the number 7 left vacant by the Portuguese at Manchester United. However, Ten Hag preferred to introduce him to his new player Mason Mount, forcing Jarnacho to take the number 17 instead of his old number 49. It is an influence that neither the Manchester United coach, nor the Red Devils supporters, need to worry about at all. It will only be necessary for Jarnacho to resume CR7’s good habits in front of goal and not his off-field whims which were so evident during his last visit.

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