Cristiano Ronaldo has ended his beef with Manchester United’s teammate, Marcus Rashford, and is now giving constructive criticism to the England star.
Having failed to participate in Manchester United’s preseason activities, Ronaldo lost his spot in Erik ten Hag’s starting XI to Rashford
The Portuguese has started just once in the Premier League, with Rashford regaining his best form this term, scoring three times in six matches.
And Rashford’s new position at the Theatre of Dreams is said to have caused friction between the pair in August when Ronaldo was still insistent on his desire to leave Old Trafford.
But The Sun reports that Ronaldo’s attitude has improved since the transfer window closed, and it became apparent that he would not get his wish of leaving United.
The newspaper says that the 37-year-old has now rediscovered his focus and is now lending a helping hand to Rashford, who is keeping him out of the team.
It said the veteran is giving Rashford ‘constructive’ criticism about his positioning, decision-making, and run choices.
Rashford is said to be surprised at Ronaldo’s help and genuinely appreciates the time that he’s taken to help him with his game.