Cristiano Ronaldo Is the Most Image-Obsessed Player on the Planet, Says Rooney
In an extract from his latest book My Decade in the Premier League, Wayne Rooney has dropped some great trash talk on former Manchester United midfielder and Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo—stating that the midfielder is self and image obsessed.
The 26-year-old stated that whilst he and Ronaldo still remain great friends on and off the pitch, he has never met a player more obsessed with himself than the Portuguese international—something that won't come as that much of a shock to many football followers.
There's a mirror by Ronaldo's seat in the Old Trafford dressing room.
In the time I've been playing with Ronnie, the one thing I've noticed about him is that he can't walk past his reflection without admiring it—even if we're about to play a game of football.
Every match, before the team goes out for the warm-up, he runs through the same routine. The kit goes on, the boots go on. Not long after, Ronnie turns to his reflection and stares—psyching himself up for the game.
If there's a person with a bigger self-belief than Ronaldo, I haven't met him yet.
Funny, funny, funny.
Few football fans around the world will dispute the fact that the Real Madrid star does have an ego and what I'll politely call here self-enthusiasm—which, at times, isn't at all a bad thing. After all, a player without confidence isn't a great player to have around any dressing room or team.
Whatever you think of Ronaldo, Real Madrid and football in general, you have to agree on a couple of realities—the first of which being that he does love himself.
Is Cristiano Ronaldo the most obsessed player on the planet?
He does love the spotlight, but is he really the most self-obsessed player on the planet?
I think the jury might still be out on that one.
Is Ronaldo the most obsessed player? If not, who is?
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