According to Sport Bible, Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo has been playing with a knee injury that has ‘no cure’ since 2014.
The report claims Ronaldo has been playing with a knee condition called ‘tendinosis’ since 2014 – which has no cure.
The injury is described as ‘degeneration’ rather than ‘inflammation’ which means the Portuguese international’s knee condition will worsen every time he uses it.
A report on Goal confirmed Ronaldo picked up the injury against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League in 2014.
It is believed Ronaldo’s switch in position and playing style has come about as a result of the chronic knee problem.
Despite the knee injury he has managed since 2014, Ronaldo has continued to score goals and break records.
He has won three Ballon d’Ors since 2014 and also won Euro 2016 with Portugal as well as the inaugural Nations League competition in 2019.
Ronaldo has also won four Champions Leagues and two La Ligas with Real Madrid since 2014 as well as two Serie A titles with Juventus.