Real Madrid star empathizes with Ronaldo and says it’s unfortunate and terrible

David Alaba, a defender for Real Madrid, has expressed his compassion for Cristiano Ronaldo, a former player for the team who is currently without a club.

With five Ballon d’Or wins, Ronaldo is without a doubt one of the finest players of his generation.

For the Portugal captain, though, recent events have not gone as he had hoped.

Initially, Ronaldo’s attempts to sign with a UEFA Champions League team during the summer transfer window were unsuccessful.

The 37-year-old was then frequently benched at Old Trafford by Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag.

The former Juventus star didn’t hold back when it came to criticizing Ten Hag.

Eventually, during a contentious interview with journalist Piers Morgan, Ronaldo attacked Man United and Ten Hag.

Because of the interview, Ronaldo’s contract with Man United was mutually terminated last month, and he will compete in the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup as a free player.

Fernando Santos then benched Ronaldo for Portugal’s World Cup quarterfinal games before they were eliminated from the competition.

Many fans and analysts have recently chastised him for his antics, both on and off the field.

Alaba, however, has since defended Ronaldo and asserted that the majority of the criticism leveled against him is unjustified.

Alaba stated on Servus TV [via Madrid Universal]: “I personally am very appreciative of everything he [Ronaldo] has accomplished over the past 15 years.

“He has influenced how our generation is today. What he has accomplished is incredible. That you have to witness such events or read such things about him is sad and unfortunate.

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