Man Utd transfer news LIVE: Cristiano Ronaldo EXCLUSIVE, injury return LATEST, Napoli star targeted, Pogba wanted by PSG

    Morning Man Utd fans

    Cristiano Ronaldo is back in training ahead of tomorrow’s Premier League trip to Aston Villa – amid claims United’s young stars are SCARED of him.

    The Portugal legend missed Monday’s fortuitous 1-0 FA Cup win over Aston Villa with a hip injury.

    But he is tipped to start on Saturday as United bid to return to the top six with victory.

    But as speculation mounts over dressing room discontent, the 36-year-old has told the club’s latest generation: “If you don’t want my help, do your job.”

    Ron has also revealed he wants to play another six years – and has not ruled out joining Brazilians Flamengo at some stage.

    Meanwhile, Newcastle and Borussia Dortmund are both interested in borrowing misfit United midfielder Donny van de Beek.

    And Argentina striker Dybala – long linked with United and Tottenham – is expected to leave Juventus in the summer.

    Finally, Bruno Fernandes has been accused of setting a bad example to Red Devils’ starlets like Mason Greenwood.

    Ex-Scotland defender Alan Hutton believes Portugal superstars Fernandes and Ronaldo make their on-pitch frustrations too obvious.

    Hutton told Football Insider“It’s not good. I’m hearing about things behind the scenes and that the dressing room isn’t happy. 

    The biggest thing for me, from the outside looking in, is the body language of some of the players.

    “Bruno Fernandes, a fantastic player… He’s throwing his hands up in the air, blaming other people. This is the guy that these youngsters, like Greenwood, would look towards to really help them moving forward.”


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