Manchester United forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, is reportedly ‘shocked’ at changes at the club under manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, since his return to Old Trafford.
This claim was made by respected top sports presenter to talkSPORT, Alex Crook.
According to Crook, Ronaldo, who re-joined Man United in the summer transfer window from Juventus, is surprised with the drop in standards at the Red Devils in terms of how Solskjaer’s side conducts their training.
“I heard some really alarming things about Manchester United last night,” Crook said.
“About Ronaldo, and he is shocked from what I’m told that the way that standards have dropped at the club in terms of what happens on the training ground from when he was there under Sir Alex Ferguson, to returning under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
“There’s a lack of attitude in training, maybe one or two players think it’s okay to turn up late as well.
“I think once Ronaldo starts voicing that opinion to the powers that be, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is on a very sticky wicket.”
Ronaldo has scored nine goals in 12 appearances for Man United so far this season.