Fri 03 December 2021 | 11:23

Ronaldo wlll play an important role for Man Utd - Rangnick

The German coach has a special account on Cristiano Ronaldo for the next six months.


Manchester United

manager Ralf Rangnick explains his long-term plans for the club and

Cristiano Ronaldo

's place in his team.

Yesterday, Michael Carrick ended his last time on the bench as interim manager with a victory over


, and from the next game, Ralf Rangnick will take over the club. Rangnick is known for his unique tactics and style of football and is expected to make a big difference at United. Yesterday he was at Old Trafford and witnessed United's 3-2 victory over Arsenal, in which Ronaldo scored 2 goals and reached a record 800 goals. Now he explained his plans to the Red Devils.

"Having seen Cristiano yesterday in the second half at the age of 36, an amazing top professional. At his age, I've never seen a player who is still that physically fit. He's still a player who can easily make the difference," he told reporters.

"So, yes, it's about how we can develop the whole team not only Cristiano. We play in the most competitive league in the world so we need all the players on board.

"What I saw from Cristiano yesterday, he is more than willing to do that, to put his input into the team. His team-mates will have to do the same."

Asked about his plans for January transfer windows, he said:

“We haven't spoken about new players.

“Now is the time to get to know the current squad in detail, the squad is definitely not too small. There are enough players.

“Maybe after Christmas, there will be a time to talk about possible transfers in the winter. In my experience, winter is not the time for sustainable transfers. It will be difficult in the winter.”









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