The famous Pascal Ferré told the New York Times that “Ronaldo has only one ambition and that is to retire with more Ballon d’Or [awards] than Messi. I know because he has told me.”; Meanwhile Cristiano Ronaldo claims that Ferré ‘lied’ during the interview; while now PSG star Lionel Messi wins his seventh Ballon d’Or in remarkable fashion
Man Utd star, Cristiano Ronaldo of course has hit back at the editor of France Football who claimed the Manchester United forward’s only ambition is to “retire with more Ballons d’Or than the Argentina Lionel Messi”.
The Portuguese, who has remarkably won the prestigious accolade five times, took to social media on Monday to disagree with the claims made by Pascal Ferré, who spoke to the New York Times ahead of the 2021 awards.
However, to add to the article, lot of people all around the world, most especially the Man United fans who loves Cristiano Ronaldo will be wondering and curious about how many Trophies the legendary Ronaldo have won with Manchester United, I that’s the case, well I’m happy to tell you that inside this article i will be walking you through all his trophy at the biggest football club in England.
Don’t forget Ferré surely told the New York Times: “Ronaldo has only one ambition and that is to retire with more Ballon d’Or [awards] than Messi. I know because he has told me.”
However, now on Plenty pass Ronaldo has disputed that version of events and took to Instagram to claim that Ferré “lied” during the interview.
He added and continue “Today’s outcome explains the comments by Pascal Ferré last week, when he stated that I confided in him that my only ambition was to finish my career with more Ballons d’Or than Lionel Messi,” a Ronaldo statement said.
Ronaldo Now at Manchester United
Before we dig deep into his Trophies count, let me quickly remind you that as at when we are writing this post, United are already out of the EFL Cup, the Premier League title race and have just a slim chance of winning the biggest European Tournaments in the World, The Champions League.
Also, Its no news that Man United’s best hope of ending a five-year wait for lifting Trophy is actually only the FA Cup, leaving Rangnick with no choice but to play star man Cristiano Ronaldo, as most football experts believe he will when he faced Aston Villa.
According to him he said “I win everything, so am I going to be worried about the people who say bad things about me?” he actually said this in October when asked about his critics.
And don’t forget that when the Portuguese star agreed to return to Old Trafford at Manchester United in August, he wasn’t coming for one last pay day. He came back to help Man United will Trophy and put the team where it should belong.
And despite Ronaldo turning 37 next month which is February, Cristiano still wants to win many great trophies and remind everyone why he’s a five-time Ballon d’Or winner and that he is still the best footballer in the world.