Manchester United head coach Ole-Gunnar Solskjaer spoke about how he plans to use the newcomer Cristiano Ronaldo. Sky Sports reported.
From the specialist’s explanations, it follows that the Portuguese was not bought as a substitute footballer. He also noted that he considers the player to be a center forward who should be in someone else’s penalty area and score goals. Solskjaer also expressed confidence that 36-year-old Ronaldo enjoys talking about his old age. “Talk about him and he will show what he is capable of,” added the coach.
Ronaldo’s transfer to Manchester United was announced on 27 August. Prior to this, the media wrote about the possible transfer of the striker to City.
Ronaldo has already played for Manchester United – from 2003 to 2009. As part of the Mancunians, the Portuguese won the Champions League and three times became the winner of the English Premier League (Premier League). In addition to the English club, the striker played for Real Madrid and Juventus Turin.