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Jack Wilshere Sends A Crucial Cristiano Ronaldo Transfer Message To Mikel Arteta At Arsenal. In the midst of speculation about Cristiano Ronaldo’s impending departure from Manchester United, former Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has sent an important message to Gunners manager Mikel Arteta.

Ronaldo gave an explosive interview to Piers Morgan this week, implying that his time with the Red Devils is coming to an end. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner lashed out at the club’s owners and manager, Erik Ten Hag, as well as his former teammate Wayne Rooney.

Jack Wilshere Sends A Crucial Cristiano Ronaldo Transfer Message To Mikel Arteta At Arsenal
Jack Wilshere Sends A Crucial Cristiano Ronaldo Transfer Message To Mikel Arteta At Arsenal

Morgan, who is an Arsenal supporter, has urged the club to sign the legendary attacker. Even though Jack Wilshere believes Ronaldo can still contribute, the Englishman believes it would be a bad decision for Arteta to add the Manchester United superstar to his squad.

“I still think he would bring something for the younger players to look at. To see how he lives and see how he does things. I still think there’s a benefit to have him.”

Host Darren Bent then asked:

“You wouldn’t take him at Arsenal though, no chance. With what Arteta is building now at Arsenal, you wouldn’t take him?”

Wilshere replied:

“I don’t think Mikel would have him. No [I wouldn’t have him either]. Obviously, what he has done is bad but he doesn’t have a track record of that. He stayed at Madrid for years.”

At 37, it’s difficult to imagine Ronaldo in the current Arsenal squad, which is largely made up of young players. A closer examination of the breakthroughs at the Emirates Stadium this season, however, suggests that there may be room for the Portuguese after all.

While replacing Gabriel Martinelli or Bukayo Saka in the starting lineup may be a daunting task, Gabriel Jesus’ recent goal-drought form gives the Portuguese superstar some hope.

The Brazilian has not scored in his last ten appearances in all competitions, which is cause for concern for the Gunners. This is why having Ronaldo lead the attack makes sense.

Jesus and his teammates can also learn a thing or two from one of the greatest players in the game before he decides to retire.

By Clive Banda

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