Well, that’s what Piers Morgan thinks anyway. In typically outspoken fashion, the controversial celebrity Arsenal fan claimed that Ronaldo’s goals would have seem Mikel Arteta’s side over the line.

To that bold assertion, we have one response: has Morgan watched Ronaldo since he swapped Manchester United for the and Al-Nassr?

Taking to Twitter as he so often does, Morgan even suggested that Ronaldo was interested in a move to Arsenal. He wrote:

“Mock all you like, but if we’d signed Ronaldo when he left Utd, until the end of the season – as he was keen to do [by the way] – we would have won the league. He knows how to win major trophies, and how to score goals when it really matters.”

That’s interesting – because Ronaldo has only found the net twice from open play in his last nine appearances for Al-Nassr.

Ronaldo’s worst season?

It’sManchester United and being dropped by Portugal for the World Cup knockout stages. However, it’s difficult to say whether he would have been successful at Arsenal, as their struggles in the Premier League were largely due to a lack of depth at the back rather than bluntness in attack. Ronaldo’s ability as a goal scorer is unquestioned, but it’s important to remember that football is a team sport and success depends on a variety of factors, not just one player’s performance. Additionally, the Saudi Pro League is a different level of competition than the Premier League, so it’s unclear how Ronaldo’s performance in that league translates to other top leagues.

By Lylla

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