During his press conference ahead of his side’s clash with Manchester United, Bruno Lage joked: “If they [United] are not happy with him [Cristiano Ronaldo], I have a place for him here.
“But I know they are happy with him. When you look for a player the most important thing is to see what he can give to your team.
“When you have a player like him who can score goals, it is hard to believe he is 36.”
The Wolves boss added: “He has been at this level since he was very young. He is a machine, he wants to score, to score, to score.
“He is a massive player, I think any team in the world would want a player like him.”
Ronaldo has revealed that he’s ‘not happy’ with the progress at the club since joining in the summer of 2021.
It’s obvious that the 36-year-old is not going anywhere after signing a two-year contract hardly six months back.
Also, considering the highest-paid Wolves player earns roughly £100,000-a-week, we wonder how they’ll afford Ronaldo’s £385,000-per-week wages.