Wayne Rooney gets hilariously honest about Cristiano Ronaldo

Wayne Rooney, the Manchester United legend, played with Cristiano Ronaldo at Old Trafford.

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Rooney, who was inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame the week before, has now disclosed a few points he didn’t enjoy about two teammates with whom he has always appeared to get along perfectly.

United’s all-time top goalscorer has offered a comically ‘honest’ review of Ronaldo condemning the hero for his behaviour at Old Trafford around each other. During Rooney’s first five years at Old Trafford, from 2004 to 2009, he played along with Ronaldo. Ronaldo is back to Manchester United for a second spell, netting 18 goals in the meantime.

Rooney, who is United’s all-time leading goalscorer, is the team’s all-time leading scorer. Addressing at the black-tie dinner in Manchester last weekend, to The Sun, Rooney said, “Cristiano was so good and so f***ing annoying at the same time, “He is probably not as good now but he is probably just as annoying.”

Wayne Rooney, who formerly starred for Everton FC, Manchester United FC, and DC United, is now the coach of Derby County FC. Ronaldo, on the contrary side, is reported to feel uneasy with the club as United struggle to finish top 4 this season.

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