Former Manchester United defender, Mikael Silvestre, has warned Cristiano Ronaldo he must learn a “difficult” lesson on his return to the club.

 

It has been at least 12 years since Ronaldo last played for the Red Devils.

 

During that time he has played with Real Madrid and Juventus and gone on to become one of the best players in history.

 

However, at 36, Silvestre has urged Ronaldo not to overwork his body.

 

“The difficulty is for Cristiano to accept that he will have to get some rest, he’s still playing for Portugal. Yes, he wants play all the time but he needs to know when to take his foot off the gas which is difficult.

 

“I’ve been there myself and you still think you can train as hard as a 20-year-old and you can’t and the reality is you have to rest so you can peak during the game, so that’s going to be the challenge for him but I think he can do that,” Silvestre said told Bettingexpert.com.

 

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  1. He said he would have been there myself and you still think you can train as hard as a 20-year-old and you can’t and the reality is you have to rest so you can peak during the game, so that’s going to be the challenge for him but I think he can do that,” Silvestre said told Bettingexpert.com.

  2. He said he would have been there myself and you still think you can train as hard as a 20-year-old and you can’t and the reality is you have to rest so you can peak during the game, so that’s going to be the challenge for him but I think he can do that,” Silvestre said told Bettingexpert.com.

  3. Former Manchester United defender, Mikael Silvestre, has warned Cristiano Ronaldo he must learn a “difficult” lesson on his return to the club.

    It has been at least 12 years since Ronaldo last played for the Red Devils.

  4. Things are looking up for Manchester United at this point of time. The club finished second in the Premier League and as runners up in the Europa League last season, and following the additions of Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho, Raphael Varane and Tom Heaton this summer, the Red Devils must be considered as one of the favourites for the title this time around.

  5. Things are looking up for Manchester United at this point of time. The club finished second in the Premier League and as runners up in the Europa League last season, and following the additions of Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho, Raphael Varane and Tom Heaton this summer, the Red Devils must be considered as one of the favourites for the title this time around.

  6. Former Manchester United defender, Mikael Silvestre, has warned Cristiano Ronaldo he must learn a “difficult” lesson on his return to the club.

    It has been at least 12 years since Ronaldo last played for the Red Devils.

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    The midfielder, on loan from Atletico Madrid, was included in the Blues’ starting XI for the visit of Aston Villa.

    But Saul had a poor debut, which led to Thomas Tuchel taking him off at half time and bringing on Jorginho.

    The 26-year-old was guilty of giving the ball away too many times, failing to press and dallying in possession and being caught out.

    Several times, Edouard Mendy and Thiago Silva had to bail him out.

    “Wasn’t the expected debut,” Saul wrote on social media, along with a picture of him with his new

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