Cristiano Ronaldo forces changes to Man Utd training ground after ‘moaning about old and hazardous swimming pool’

CRISTIANO RONALDO has compelled modifications at Manchester United’s coaching floor after complaining concerning the state of its swimming pool, experiences declare.

The Portuguese returned to the Pink Devils final summer season, solely to be left shocked by the state of Carrington.

Cristiano Ronaldo was reportedly sad with Man United’s coaching facilitiesGetty

GettyCarrington’s swimming pool because it regarded in 2000[/caption]

It’s claimed that the 37-year-old couldn’t consider the situation that United’s HQ had been allowed to fall into.

And he reportedly returned feeling that no upgrades had been made since his initially left for Real Madrid in 2009.

In accordance with the Mirror, Ronaldo’s primary gripe was with the state of the swimming swimming pools at Carrington.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner complained that “loose, chipped and missing tiles” inside the swimming pools had been a security hazard – and refused to make use of them.

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Ronaldo even made positive to have an indoor pool at house as a way to nonetheless be capable to carry out water-based drills.

United have taken their No7’s criticisms onboard, and have ordered work to be accomplished on the swimming pools as a way to get them prepared for pre-season.

The Pink Devils have additionally put their fingers of their pockets to spend £200,000 on a brand new boiler system – after their previous one reportedly induced points with cold and hot water in the course of the winter months.

United have seen their coaching floor overtaken by plenty of Premier League rivals over the last 20 years.


The Pink Devils moved to Carrington from The Cliff in 2000, with Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City having all switched to plush, fashionable services since.

United wish to proceed a facelift of their base by erecting new floodlights and a 500-seater stand.

Chief working Officer Collette Roche stated final yr: “Long run, we’re fuller redevelopment plans for Carrington to make sure it is going to be a state-of-the-art, absolutely built-in facility for our males’s, girls’s and academy teams.

“Significant, game-changing investment will be made into our training facilities to take Carrington to the next level once again.”