Cristiano Ronaldo would be ‘perfect for Arsenal’, says Gunner’s goalkeeping legend David Seaman
‘He would be perfect for Arsenal!: Cristiano Ronaldo is ‘far from finished’, Gunners goalkeeping legend David Seaman claims, after the Portuguese star cut ties with Manchester United following his controversial interview with Piers Morgan
Former Arsenal keeper David Seaman has urged his old side to sign Cristiano Ronaldo after he left Manchester United, insisting the striker is ‘far from done’.
The 37-year-old has left Old Trafford after an explosive interview with Piers Morgan in which he criticized United, manager Erik ten Hag and the Glazers.
A statement released by Ronaldo said he “loved Manchester United and the fans” but was ready to seek “new challenges”.
Gunners legend David Seaman has insisted Cristiano Ronaldo would be ‘perfect for Arsenal’
The striker left Manchester United in dramatic fashion after an explosive interview
Sailors thought there could be a challenge ahead of him with one of United’s main rivals, as he went on to explain Talk TV: “Ronaldo is far from finished and he would be perfect for Arsenal.”
The Portuguese man has been heavily criticized for giving such an explosive interview, but Seamen showed some sympathy, saying: ‘I would like to applaud him for clearly telling the truth. A lot of the things he came out with aren’t things we haven’t heard.”
“We have heard many other experienced players complain and criticize Man United for the way the ground is and the training.”
“That shocked me and it shouldn’t happen. He’s been all over the world and seen how progress has been made everywhere and he comes back to his beloved Man United and nothing has changed.
He will now turn his attention to Portugal’s World Cup match against Ghana on Thursday
“There were many things in the interview that I didn’t know about the way he had been treated.”
Aside from his dramatic club football story, Ronaldo has the small matter of a World Cup to prepare for with Portugal.
He will be eager to grab the one major honor that has eluded him so far as Fernando Santos’ side kick off their tournament against Ghana on Thursday.