3 Reasons Why Pep Guardiola Would Love To Have Ronaldo In His Team
Without a doubt, Pep Guardiola is a risk-taker; it’s too bad he missed out on acquiring Lionel Messi when he became a free agent, with Ronaldo now available at a bargain price of £25 million. He’ll be on his toes to ensure that the deal is sealed for these three reasons.
1. To serve as a substitute for a striker
City fans have been clamouring and shouting for a striker. The concept of playing a false 9 may work in the Premier League, but not in the Champions League. The city’s approach is being undermined.
Guardiola must have realized the problem after losing the UCL final to Chelsea since he is now going all out to get a striker. Is Ronaldo, though, a striker? He isn’t, but he is a goal machine who can fill in for a Striker.
With so many creative players in Manchester City, scoring goals should be a piece of cake for CR7. If we were to name the team with the best teamwork in the world, it would be Manchester City at this age.
2. Guardiola will want to fulfil Kevin De Bruyne’s long-held wish.
Kevin De Bruyne had long envisioned what it would be like to play alongside Cristiano Ronaldo. According to KDB, his assist total will rise because he knows that if he sends the ball up in the air, CR7 will get there and head it into the back of the net.
Pep Guardiola has a good relationship with his players, and he enjoys watching his teammates win Individual honours. KDB may have just told him of the City’s pursuit of Ronaldo. He would like to fulfil a long-held heart desire and make his dream a reality.
3. He will not want to lose him to their rival.
Close your eyes and imagine a team featuring Cristiano Ronaldo up front, Neymar on the right-wing, Mbappe on the left-wing, and Messi in the number ten position. That will be a terrifying and unstoppable setup.
Four of our generation’s best players on the same team will be a lethal combination. They will wreak havoc in the Champions League, and teams will be terrified of facing them. Pep will not allow that to happen, especially because Mendes has offered Ronaldo to Manchester City. Losing Ronaldo to PSG might end City’s prospects of winning the Champions League early on.
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