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Cristiano Ronaldo is scaring Manchester United’s stars as he tries to kick-start their season.

Man United struggles under Cristiano Ronaldo's intimidation as the workaholic superstar tries to mend the club's culture following a 'terrible' season.

Man United struggles under Cristiano Ronaldo’s intimidation as the workaholic superstar tries to mend the club’s culture following a ‘terrible’ season.

No-nonsense Ronaldo has been astonished by the club’s culture and some of his teammates’ attitudes, predicting a “nightmare” season unless things change.

“If you don’t want my help, do your job,” he instructed United’s young players.

During his initial term at Old Trafford, the 36-year-old Portuguese superstar and five-time Ballon d’Or winner grew up in a challenging atmosphere, surrounded by the likes of Roy Keane and the Class of ’92.

Now that he’s returned, he’s attempting to assume the role of senior player, but he’s finding that he’s not being heard.

In fact, he intimidates a lot of guys, especially on the field.

Some players, according to SunSport, are even afraid of making a mistake or failing to pass to him because of the possible repercussions.

Sir Alex Ferguson, Ronaldo’s famed manager, had to call a halt to some fiercely competitive training sessions because someone had been injured.

However, the current United squad has grown accustomed to simply enjoying their midweek routine and would like Ronaldo to lighten up a little.

As a result, the five-time Champions League winner has begun to withdraw from the Red Devils’ Carrington headquarters.

Ronaldo, a three-time Premier League winner, spoke out in an explosive interview with Sky Sports News about the current culture among younger players, which he believes needs to alter.

“The veteran players can always help the young ones,” Ronaldo stated.

“However, it will be tough if I give you advise and you do not use it in your daily life, even if you are younger than me.”

“I can talk to that individual all day, but it’s difficult if it’s not coming from within you.”

“If they require my assistance, support, or advice, I will be the first to respond. But if you don’t want my assistance, go ahead and do your work, look for yourself, and do your best to assist the team.”

Ronaldo missed Monday’s 1-0 FA Cup triumph over Aston Villa at Old Trafford due to a hip ailment, but is expected to be healthy for tomorrow’s Premier League match at Villa Park.

“I can talk to that individual all day, but it’s difficult if it’s not coming from within you.”

“If they require my assistance, support, or advice, I will be the first to respond. But if you don’t want my assistance, go ahead and do your work, look for yourself, and do your best to assist the team.”

Ronaldo missed Monday’s 1-0 FA Cup triumph over Aston Villa at Old Trafford due to a hip ailment, but is expected to be healthy for tomorrow’s Premier League match at Villa Park.

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