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PremierLeague-News.Com - It's safe to say the fans definitely do not want Ronaldo at St. James' Park in January...
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Newcastle United fans have given their thoughts about a potential move for Cristiano Ronaldo now that the Portuguese legend has left Manchester United. Ronaldo made his return to United against the Magpies last year but many Newcastle fans have already written off the possibility of him arriving at St. James' Park in January. The Portuguese international had reportedly fallen out with manager Erik ten Hag before doing a tell-all interview with Piers Morgan which has now led to him parting ways with the Red Devils early. READ MORE: Eddie Howe has already answered Cristiano Ronaldo transfer question amid Manchester United exit READ MORE: Socceroos make decision on Newcastle United striker Garang Kuol for World Cup opener Taking to social media, Newcastle fans were out in force arguing against the move, with some saying that Ronaldo is the absolute opposite of what Eddie Howe needs in January. @CarolinaToon : Not a chance. Toxic prima donna… the absolute antithesis of the kind of player Howe wants. @NUFC_933: All he would do is be a disruptive influence. Talented as he is, he's struggling at the minute and his frustrations are on the pitch, in the dugout, aimed at the team, manager etc. The sooner he leaves the Prem the better. @JTrotterWriter: No, one of the main things responsible for our progression has been team spirit and a genuine bond between players, staff and fans.
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....give me Bruno, Joelinton, Miggy, Maxi, Longstaff and Willock any day. Our midfield is class! @chilee657: No player is bigger than the club they play for. Ronaldo’s ego is writing cheques that he can not cash @Paul_Mac_7: Still a very good player, but would not suit our team. Never thought I would say that. It's a no from me. @thetruestorey: If you'd asked a year ago, I'd have said absolutely. But seeing what we are doing now and the type of player/character we have in the squad, it's a 100% no. READ NEXT: 'Reminds me of Mbappe' - Newcastle have landed 'bargain' talent tipped to shine at World Cup Callum Wilson's England training absence explained after Iran World Cup cameo Eddie Howe's Newcastle transfer dilemma that will be debated until January 'A real threat' - Newcastle development has Premier League scared with £60m trump card to come How Garang Kuol was almost 'lost to the game' as an Australian refugee before World Cup joy
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