Former Tottenham midfielder, Jamie O’Hara has labelled Manchester United “a shambles” for considering the possibility of selling Cristiano Ronaldo this summer.
O’Hara, speaking on talkSPORT, claimed the 37-year-old “carried them” through last season.
Ronaldo could be set for a move away, after failing to show up for pre-season training this week, citing “family reasons”.
O’Hara has slammed United for allowing Ronaldo to engineer his potential exit, insisting that the Portugal captain is their “best player”.
He said: “Ronaldo was their top scorer last season, stepped up in big moments for the club. He’s left because he can see they’re a sinking ship.
“They’re a shambles for letting him leave, he’s their best player. How many times has he stepped up? Ronaldo, in those big moments, drags them through.
“He carried them for months on end… he has earned the right to say, “the future isn’t bright with Manchester United, I want to win trophies.”
Ronaldo has been linked with Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Napoli.