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Man Utd diva Cristiano Ronaldo told to stop "emotional behaviour" by Ralf Rangnick
Manchester United boss Ralf Rangnick has once again addressed Cristiano Ronaldo's reaction to being substituted against Brentford - telling him to not be so emotional.The five-time Ballon d'Or winner looked distressed on the sidelines after being withdrawn in the 71st minute for Harry Maguire, arguing with his manager.With Rangnick now revealing that Ronaldo had asked why one of the younger players didn't have to make way instead of him, the manager hit back by referencing Marcus Rashford's third goal.Ronaldo, who turns 37 next month, has now been told to stop being so emotional in front of the cameras ahead of the Premier League visit of West Ham on Saturday.Rangnick warned: "I don’t think this will be for the benefit of anyone — not to his benefit, not to the benefit of team-mates."I don’t blame him for that but any manager would wish it shouldn’t be too emotional and also in front of the TV cameras."The German added: "He was also asking, 'Why me not one of the younger players?'"The answer came when one of them scored the third goal."Will Ronaldo win another major trophy with Man Utd? Tell us in the comments sectionRonaldo rejoined United in the summer on a two-year deal with the option of a future year after scoring 101 goals across 134 fixtures and winning two Serie A titles with Juventus.He has followed up his return with 14 goals across 22 appearances in all competitions, but only two of those have come across six appearances under Rangnick.With a new manager set to take over from the German in the summer, Ronaldo might well have to learn how to impress the temporary boss if he wants to fire the club to silverware.
Man Utd fearing lucrative plans will be derailed as Cristiano Ronaldo could quit club
Manchester United fear losing Cristiano Ronaldo at the end of the season will leave the club's plans to tour America in chaos.United bosses have been drawing up plans for Ralf Rangnick's squad to go to the United States in July on a pre-season tour.It will be the first time United have toured since 2019 due to the impact of the Covid pandemic.United favour the States because of the warm climate, superior training facilities and the chance to fulfil commercial commitments.A pre-season tour is worth up to £20m to United from revenue streams including sponsors, merchandising and gate receipts.But United know travelling to the States without Ronaldo would lessen the club's appeal - and have a serious impact on the value of them going across the Atlantic.Ronaldo has become disillusioned with life at Old Trafford following his return to the club from Juventus last summer in a £12m deal.United sacked Ole Gunner Solskjaer in November and find themselves languishing in seventh place in the table, a staggering 21 points behind leaders Manchester City.Ronaldo, 36, has the option to extend his United deal by 12 months in the summer, but is waiting to see what the team achieves between now and then and who replaces interim boss Rangnick, before deciding what to do.Incoming CEO Richard Arnold, who will succeed Ed Woodward at the start of next month, faces a losing battle to keep the Portuguese icon.Ronaldo spoke last week of his disappointment at how his return to Manchester had panned out, and made it clear he didn't go back to be in a team so far off the pace in the title race.Arnold, who has been credited with much of the club's recent commercial success, is desperate to keep Ronaldo and is hoping to hold talks with the former Real