Manchester United superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly worried that the squad want things ‘too easy.’
The Telegraph reports that the former Juventus star is also concerned about the club’s drop in standards currently being experienced since his return to Old Trafford.
Despite signing Ronaldo from Juventus, Raphael Varane from Real Madrid and Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could not achieve anything and was sacked on Sunday morning following series of poor results.
The 36-year-old Ronaldo is one of the few United players that has performed to an acceptable standard so far this term.
He had also urged his team-mates to stick by Solskjaer in recent weeks, despite the club’s results.
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The Telegraph report that Ronaldo is concerned by the lack of winning mentality at Old Trafford.
The Portuguese spent a trophy-laden six years at Old Trafford during his first stint but he’s shocked at the drop in standards and feels many in the squad ‘want it too easy’.
Michael Carrick will take charge as United face Villarreal in the Champions League on Tuesday and Chelsea will be waiting at the weekend.
Paris Saint-Germain boss, Mauricio Pochettino is said to be favoured among a few names shortlisted to take over at Man United.
The former Tottenham boss remains a contender but United would have to buy out his Paris Saint-Germain contract.