The Nationals coach ensures there is “no frustration” and is satisfied with the ace’s return to England.
After much speculation about a possible move to Manchester City, Cristiano Ronaldo ended up returning to United. Pep Guardiola commented to Sky Sports on the result and expressed his happiness with CR7’s return to the Premier League, stressing that “there is no frustration”.
“We have a great squad and I can only thank the club, who have always tried to bring in the best players. There is no frustration because Ronaldo did not come here, it is great that he is back in the Premier League. It is great. ‘Good news’,” said the Spanish coach.
With Manchester United, Ronaldo won the Champions League, three championships, the Club World Cup, the FA Cup, the English League Cup twice, and the Super Cup, after achieving his first golden ball.
He is now back, 12 years later, after leaving Real Madrid, in which he played for nearly a decade, between 2009 and 2018, winning four trophies, the Club World Cup three times, two championships, the King’s Cup twice and the European Super Cup three times. . And two Spanish Super Cup.
At Juventus, the captain of the Portuguese national team, European champion in 2016, won two championships, the Italian Cup once and the Italian Super Cup twice.
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