Cristiano Ronaldo “doesn’t have time,” according to former Manchester United winger Nani, to be a part of a long-term project at the team.
After only joining Old Trafford last summer from Juventus, Ronaldo is eager to leave this summer.
Some of his fans are disappointed by his desire to leave.
Nani, a former teammate of Ronaldo’s at both the club and international levels, claims to comprehend the 37-year-desire old’s to leave.
Speaking on Rio Ferdinand’s VIBE WITH FIVE Podcast, Nani said: “It’s a long time since we played together and Cristiano is not a kid anymore.
“Times change and the reactions and attitude can change as well. But, as we see, he’s doing the same things as usual; he doesn’t like to lose, he reacts when the team is not doing well.
“But the only difference is that it’s different times. He’s playing again at Man United but he’s been all over the world doing well at different teams with different players. He’s in a team where the managers are trying to build a strong team and it’s not easy, it takes time.
“For Cristiano, he doesn’t have time to lose on building teams or waiting for the next season. He wants to continue to be at the top, scoring goals, being the man. That’s why the reaction is normal, we all have the wrong reactions sometimes.”