Man Utd Players Unimpressed By New Cristiano Ronaldo Decision As Private Details Emerge
The return of Cristiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford sent the whole world wagging. The Portuguese star returned to England after leaving the club in 2009 to join Real Madrid.
His return has seen him scored 4 goals in all competitions for Manchester United. However, off the field, his diet roaster seems to be the problem for some Manchester United players
According to The Sun, Ronaldo has enforced his own diet by having the club’s chefs cater for his needs.
Ronaldo has also called for Octopus to be on the menu, and a club insider is quoted as saying: “He also loves octopus, but most of the lads won’t go there – even if it clearly works for Ronny! Information Guide Nigeria
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“Cristiano is very much into his proteins, stuff like slices of ham, eggs, and avocados, and the chefs are trying to help him with a little taste of home.”
And they also said: “Ronny may try to convert a few of the lads to Portuguese food, but if some hoped it was just Peri-Peri chicken from Nandos they were disappointed!” JAMB Result
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