Cristiano Ronaldo complained that returning to Manchester United was like a disaster, surprised by the poor fitness of his teammates

  Cristiano Ronaldo has called his return to Manchester United a “disaster”, according to information from an upcoming book, The Sun reports.

  The Portuguese star rejoins United in August 2021, but his second spell at Old Trafford has been controversial.

  In the game against Tottenham, Ronaldo refused to come off the bench and left the field early, and he was subsequently suspended for 1 game.

  The book details the illustrious career of the five-time Ballon d’Or winner and reveals some insider tips on Ronaldo.

  He was unhappy under interim boss Rangnick, and at a FIFA event he confessed to an executive: “It was a disaster.”

  In addition, he was unhappy with the lack of maintenance and upgrades to the facilities at the Carrington training ground. The club has not developed anything since he left for Real Madrid in 2009.

  In addition, Ronaldo was shocked by the physical state of Manchester United’s players, and he believes that few players are as committed to maintaining their physical peaks as he is.

  The title of the book is – “Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo: A Rivalry, Two Championships, and the Era of Reshaping the World Game”, and it is also revealed that former Manchester United star Ferdinand called Cristiano Ronaldo at 3am to persuade him not to Join Manchester City.