Liverpool legend, Jamie Carragher, has hit out at Manchester United wantaway forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, saying that he is no longer wanted at Old Trafford.
Carragher said Ronaldo is not the same player he used to be, adding that no other clubs in Europe at this moment want him.
Ronaldo is keen to leave Man United after they failed to qualify for this season’s Champions League.
His current contract with Man United will expire next year, having joined the Red Devils from Juventus last summer.
However, the likes of Bayern Munich, Chelsea, and Atletico Madrid have all been linked with a summer move for Ronaldo, but all three European clubs have distanced themselves from those reports.
“I always thought he [Cristiano Ronaldo] was a bizarre signing,” Carragher said on Overlap.
“I always felt this situation would come, even if Ronaldo did great for you [Man United].
“He signed a two-year deal plus another year, which I could not believe, and he is never going to play second fiddle to anyone, but as players, at a certain stage in your career, we all know that you are not the same player, and his career has gone on longer because he is such a great professional.
“But the fact he is now 37, 38 this season, he’s not the same player. He is still a great goal scorer, but he is not the same player. No other club in Europe at this moment wants him, I might be wrong.
“But it does not look like United can get him out, so at the moment, other clubs don’t want him. And I think if you asked Ten Hag, I don’t think he wants him. And I am not quite sure the dressing room at Manchester United would want Cristiano Ronaldo right now.”