Man Utd icon says he and Roy Keane ‘wouldn’t have put up’ with Ronaldo’s antics

Paul Ince has claimed he and Roy Keane would have never put up with Cristiano Ronaldo’s antics.

The former Red Devils midfielder has called out the superstar after reports emerged that he is pushing for an exit out of Old Trafford.

Despite jetting off on holiday with his family at the end of last season, the veteran attacker shocked the footballing world when news emerged that he has been using his agent to try and push for a move out of Manchester United.

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And Ince said that he and former Red Devils captain would not have stood for such behaviour. “Roy Keane and I would have never put up with Cristiano Ronaldo’s antics,” he told BoyleSports Premier League.

“Cristiano Ronaldo has to leave Man United. If he was in the Man United dressing room when I was playing with the likes of Roy Keane and Steve Bruce, we wouldn't be putting up with him and he wouldn't be getting away with anything.

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“Leaving Ronaldo out of the starting 11 yesterday was so important because it shows people that there can be life without Ronaldo. He's been a distraction for everyone at Man United. He hasn't had the desired effect that everyone thought he would and you wouldn't see Lionel Messi acting the way he has at times.”

Ince, who played 281 games for United from 1989 to 1995, is currently manager of Reading in the Championship, but he still has an emotional connection with the club at Old Trafford.

He also weighed in on the side’s recent signing of Casemiro from Real Madrid – a move that has raised some eyebrows. “Casemiro is not worth £60million – but he’s a good signing,” explained Ince.

“It's great that Man United signed Casemiro, but it's a lot of money at his age and I think sometimes clubs are taking the mick out of Man United because they know that the Red Devils need players so the price goes up.

“£60m on a four-year-deal for a 30-year-old is a lot of money but it shows where Man United are at now because they're having to pay over the odds to get players in.”


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