Ole Gunnar Solksjaer reportedly regrets Manchester United signing Cristiano Ronaldo from Juventus last summer.
The Norwegian boss led his side to second place in the table 202-21, finishing five and seven ahead of Liverpool and Chelsea.
That summer they decided to bring in two big signings in Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane, before a late decision to sign Cristiano Ronaldo emerged after he appeared to be closing in on transfer rivals Manchester City. that the boss would have. been against.
The Express has now quoted both a source close to the club and The Times as saying he also regretted the move, adding that Ole had claimed it ‘didn’t fit’ what he wanted to build at Old Trafford.
One would assume that this signing may have damaged the balance within the team and ultimately cost Solskjaer his job, who was replaced by Ralf Rangnck during the campaign.
Juve fans definitely had mixed feelings about his departure, with him as our team’s top scorer in the previous campaign, while you could also see that his inclusion in our squad has embarrassed some players.
It seems to have proven exactly the same for CR7 back at United too, with his goals continuing but his side suffering in the process.