The Manchester United board and club interim manager Ralf Rangnick has reached an agreement that will include Cristiano Ronaldo in major playing decision considering his age and experience.
The recent improvement came as a result of switch in playing style by Rangnick. The German manager wants to involve more young talents in the team relieving the older ones which has been his pattern from the beginning.
The 63-year-old German gaffer has worked with several Bundesliga clubs such as Hannover, Schalke, Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig.
In a meeting with the English media on Friday, Rangnick spoke about the legendary Portugal captain, saying, “Seeing Cristiano at 36… I’ve never seen a player that is physically fit at that age.”
And popular sports journalist, Fabrizio Romano said the new manager had already agreed with the club’s board to find a way Ronaldo could be active in his team.
“Ralf Rangnick told the Man United board in his first conversation that Cristiano Ronaldo’s gonna be considered ‘key player’ without any doubt – despite fake speculations,” he tweeted.