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RUMOR: Cristiano Ronaldo sets his specific demands to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s face

Manchester United, Cristiano Ronaldo, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Manchester United talisman Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly spoke to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer about how he wants things to be done.

The aftershock of the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s benching of Cristiano Ronaldo during Manchester United’s game against Everton is still being felt at Old Trafford.

Apparently, Ronaldo has set the record straight about his demands with his former teammate and Manchester United boss, The Sun reported.

According to the report, an unnamed source claimed Ronaldo was “extremely disappointed” after Solskjaer dropped him from Manchester United’s starting XI. Hence, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner reiterated to the manager that he wants to play “every single league game.”

“Ronaldo was extremely disappointed for being benched,” the source said. “Ole presumed that he was tired after the Villarreal game, so he decided to only put him on early in the second half.”

“But Cristiano told him [Solskjaer] that he will tell him when he isn’t fit to play and that he wants to play in every single league game,” he continued. “He also told him that he has come here to win trophies and that United need to play their most important players in all of the games.”

As things stand, Solskjaer had already put Ronaldo back in Manchester United’s starting lineup as his primary center-forward against Leicester City.

However, as for the Portuguese striker playing every game, Solskjaer stressed that as much as they all want to, it is not possible.

“We all want to see Cristiano because he’s unique,” Solskjaer said in the Manchester United vs. Everton pre-match press conference via Marca. “But the plain fact of it is he cannot play every game, that’s just physical nature.”