JAMIE CARRAGHER has trolled Cristiano Ronaldo’s icy meeting with Bruno Fernandes
The former Liverpool star has created a hilarious photoshopped picture using an infamous snap of himself shaking hands with Steven Gerrard.
Ronaldo has whipped up a media storm around Manchester United by dropping a bombshell interview with Piers Morgan.
The Portuguese veteran, 37, stunned his club by blasting their infrastructure and ambition.
And Ronaldo also had a pop at Erik ten Hag, claiming he has “no respect” for his new boss.
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And as the legendary forward jetted to Qatar, he had an awkward encounter with Portugal and United teammate Fernandes.
Video footage captured the frosty moment the duo shook hands as Ronaldo arrived at Portugal’s training camp.
And Carragher poked fun at the situation by photoshopping a picture of himself and ex-Aston Villa boss Gerrard shaking hands in a bemused manner.
Replacing the faces with those of Ronaldo and Fernandes, Carragher also posted a series of laughing emojis.
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And after being snubbed by Ronaldo live on air this season, Carragher did not hold back with his assessment of the interview.
He said: “I just thought the comments were bizarre. They were bang out of order considering the timing of it.
“They should be enjoying themselves and then the Ronaldo interview comes out and boom – it’s about negativity.
“Not the team, not the manager – it’s about Cristiano Ronaldo. And it’s been like that since he’s come back. It’s basically been the Cristiano Ronaldo show.
“This season he’s not involved and he’s craving the attention that he can’t get because he’s not on the pitch.
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“The only way he’s going to do that is by causing trouble and that was exactly his intention with the interview.
“He wants to be sacked, that’s obvious.”