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FORMER Manchester United full-back Paul Parker has urged the club to get rid of "arrogant" Cristiano Ronaldo and believes Marcus Rashford will "Step forward".

Ronaldo expressed his desire to leave Old Trafford this summer following a sixth-placed finish.

2Parker has called on his former club to AXE RonaldoCredit: Rex 2The former United full-back believes Rashford will be the man to step upCredit: Getty

The 37-year-old was offered to a number of Champions League clubs but none have decided to submit an offer for the legendary striker.

On his return to United, Ronaldo was subbed off at half-time against Rayo Vallecano and left before the game finished - drawing criticism from new Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag.

And former United full-back Parker says it's time the club got rid of "arrogant" Ronaldo, who is "causing problems in the dressing room".

Speaking to MyBettingSites, Parker said: "There is the Cristiano Ronaldo saga, that everyone is talking about.

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“The first thing I want to say is that they have to get rid of him. They must let him go.

"There is no doubt that he is causing problems in the dressing room. He got a massive ego.

"He is arrogant and not the right kind of arrogant.

"There is no doubt that the best thing for the club, for the manager and for the players would be to not have Ronaldo around.”

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Parker has also tipped academy product Rashford to "step forward" in Ronaldo's absence.

The 24-year-old has seen his career stall in recent years, largely due to injuries.

But he has a chance to revive his career in a new-look Ten Hag side.

Parker continued: "I think that Rashford is going to step forward now because of that (Ronaldo saga).

"But he needs to understand that football has to be his top priority over anything else in his life.

"He owes his team-mates to become a footballer again, and not focus on social media all the time.

"That's also necessary if he wants to be on the national team again.

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"Right now, he shouldn’t be speaking about being on the national team again.

"He needs to prove himself over a longer period before he can even dream of being selected for England."

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Bruno Fernandes reveals he deliberately targeted ‘big’ centre-back in Man Utd training to ‘get used to being bullied’

BRUNO FERNANDES says he used to go looking for challenges with Manchester United's giant defenders in training in order to toughen up for life in the Prem.

The 5ft 10in Portugal star arrived at Old Trafford two years ago after making his name in the Italian and Portuguese top flights.

1Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes says he used to enjoy tussles with Eric Bailly in trainingCredit: PA

And fearing he might be out-muscled in the English game, the skillful playmaker has revealed that he used to target "big" players in training to ensure he would not be bullied in matches.

Fernandes told Soccer AM: "I like to mess with the big ones so you get used to being bullied in the games.

"One of the ones I would always mess about with was Eric Bailly.

"Always in training, I would play as a No 10 and he would play as a centre-back and he has to jump on me.

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"I was always playing one-touch and he kicked me so many times.

"And every time that I pass the ball to do a one-two he would always put me on the ground."

Ivory Coast's 6ft 2in centre-half Bailly joined the Red Devils from Villarreal in 2016.

The 28-year-old was sent on a season-long loan to Marseille in the summer at the start of Erik ten Hag's reign as new United boss.

Bailly made the switch after featuring just seven times in all competitions for United last term.

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Recalling their training ground tussles, Fernandes added: "He used to say, 'Every time you get the ball - the first touch - I have to put you on the ground or you will run away from me'.

"Even on the training ground, I would know he is coming and instead of moving backwards, I would run forward so he can't kick me!"

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