Ronaldo would be 'perfect for Arsenal', says David Seaman

‘He’d be perfect for Arsenal!: Cristiano Ronaldo is ‘far from done’, claims Gunners goalkeeping legend David Seaman, after the Portugal star cut ties from Manchester United following his controversial interview with Piers Morgan

  • Legendary striker Cristiano Ronaldo left Manchester United in dramatic fashion
  • It came after he gave a controversial interview about his time at the club
  • David Seaman has now suggested Arsenal should try and sign the 37-year-old
  • The former Gunners goalkeeper insisted Ronaldo is ‘far from done’ 
  • Click here for the latest World Cup 2022 news, fixtures, live action and results

Former Arsenal keeper David Seaman has urged his old side to sign Cristiano Ronaldo after he left Manchester United, insisting the striker is ‘far from done.’

The 37-year-old has left Old Trafford after giving an explosive interview with Piers Morgan that saw him criticise United, manager Erik ten Hag and the Glazers.

 A statement released by Ronaldo said he ‘loved Manchester United and the fans’ but was ready to seek ‘new challenges.’

Gunners legend David Seaman has insisted Cristiano Ronaldo would be ‘perfect for Arsenal’

The striker left Manchester United in dramatic fashion after giving an explosive interview

Seamen felt there could be a challenge for him at one of United’s main rivals, as he explained on Talk TV: ‘Ronaldo is far from done and he would be perfect for Arsenal.’

The Portugal man has been heavily criticised for giving such an explosive interview, but Seamen showed some sympathy, saying: ‘I would applaud him because he’s obviously talking the truth. A lot of the stuff he came out with, is not stuff we haven’t heard.’

 ‘We have heard a lot of other experienced players moaning and criticising Man United for the way the ground is and the training.’

‘That shocked me and that shouldn’t be happening. He’s been all around the world and seen how everywhere has progressed and he comes back to his beloved Man United and nothing has changed.

He will now turn his attention to Portugal’s World Cup clash against Ghana on Thursday

‘There was a lot of stuff in the interview that I didn’t know about the way he had been treated.’

Aside from his dramatic club football saga, Ronaldo has the small matter of a World Cup to prepare for with Portugal.

He will be itching to get his hands on the one major honour to elude him so far, as  Fernando Santos’ side get their tournament underway against Ghana on Thursday.

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