Former Chelsea player Jason Kundi has admitted that he wants Cristiano Ronaldo to fail in his second term at Manchester United. Kundi is happy that the Portuguese star is back in the Premier League but has no interest in seeing him succeed.
Ronaldo is set to make his second debut for Manchester United this weekend. The former Juventus star completed his move to the Premier League last week and has been training with the Red Devils for the past few days.
Speaking to TalkSport, Kundi claimed that no one but Manchester United fans would want to see Ronaldo perform well in the Premier League.
“I understand and appreciate the hype around Cristiano Ronaldo. He’s one of the great players to put on a pair of soccer shoes,” Kundi said. “He’s going back to the club that really made his name, he’s Manchester United. I get all the hospitality, I get all the romance. And I understand why Manchester United fans are excited and they want it to be. And I ‘m waiting to see how he performs. I hope he fails. “
“I hope he falls on his face. No one else.” [club] The fan wants to see him do well. We are lucky that someone of his stature has returned to the Premier League. For a long time, Spain had the best players in the world – Lionel Messi, [Cristiano] Ronaldo and I have seen our club (Chelsea) Eden Hazard and other clubs whose players have been left to play in Spain. And that’s changing, and the fact that he’s coming back to the Premier League is a good thing. But for me personally, I couldn’t really care less about how he does it. I hope he fails. “
Cristiano Ronaldo will start Manchester United this weekend.
Cristiano Ronaldo was suspended for Portugal’s matches during the international break, which led to him moving to Manchester earlier than expected and completing his quarantine.
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