Football NewsRangnick discusses Cristiano Ronaldo’s role in his team
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German soccer manager Rangnick has officially taken over Man Utd, while interim boss at Old Trafford has revealed how Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is in his plans and how the foundations for long-term success will be laid.


What did Rangnick say about Cristiano Ronaldo?

Ralf Rangnick received permission to inherit the reins from coach-caretaker Carrick, who retires entirely after three games at the helm, with a visa finally issued. The German has a lot to do in the wake of the Solskjaer’s dismissal, especially how Cristiano will fit into his plans.

Cristiano was dropped on the bench by Michael Carrick for a trip to Chelsea, but returned to the starting XI Man Utd with a bang as he passed the 800 career goal mark in a thrilling 3-2 win over Arsenal. Ralf attended that game and said in his opening press conference that they should always adapt their style or their idea of ​​football to the players they have and not the other way around.

Seeing Ronaldo yesterday in the second half at 36 is a terrific top pro. At his age, Rangnick had never seen a player who was still physically fit. Cristiano Ronaldo is still a player who can make a difference with ease. So yeah, the point is how they can develop the whole team, not just Ronaldo. they play in the most competitive league in the world, so they need all the players on board. According to Ralf Rangnick what he saw yesterday from Cristiano Ronaldo, he is more than willing to do it, to contribute to the team. His teammates should do the same.


About possible additions

Ralf arrived in England with another transfer window fast approaching, but claims he has no recruitment plans yet. Rangnick said when asked about possible additions in January that they did not talk about new players. According to Ralf Rangnick, now is the time to get to know the current lineup in detail, the squad is definitely not too small. There are enough players. Maybe after Christmas there will be time to talk about possible transfers in winter. In Rangnick’s experience, winter is not a time for sustainable transfers. It will be difficult in winter.