cristiano Ronaldo :
Cristiano Ronaldo is being linked with a sensational return to Manchester United at the end of the season after dismal performances off late. The Portuguese skipper has had a fall out with Maurizio Sarri as per reports in Spain and may opt to go to the club where it all started for this football great. Of course, the UEFA Champions League result will play a part in his decision, but there are strong chances of him returning. A look at the top 5 reasons Cristiano Ronaldo will be a hit at Manchester United.
. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Coach
Cristiano Ronaldo and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer were one time team-mates at Manchester United and have a good relationship.
Under Solskjaer, Ronaldo will receive the kind of treatment Sarri does not accord him at Juventus. These things play a part in the performance of the individual even if its one of the greatest player to have stepped onto to a football pitch.
Manchester United fans adore Cristiano Ronaldo and even after he left for Real Madrid, the respect for him never went away. He received a rousing reception during his visits to Old Trafford with Real Madrid and Juventus respectively. Playing in front of such adoring fans will surely get Ronaldo back to his lethal best.
Absence of A Natural Goal Scorer at Manchester United
While Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Daniel James are excellent footballers, they are not natural goal scorers. Manchester United at the moment needs someone like Cristiano Ronaldo to get them 20 goals a season and help take the pressure off the youngsters.
Grooming The Youngsters
Imagine a dressing with a leader like Cristiano Ronaldo in it and the kind of impact he can have on the Red Devil’s young group. They will learn so much from Cristiano Ronaldo who happens to be the idol for so many members of the group like Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood.
Ed Woodward thinks money first then football and what better to make millions from shirt sales of Cristiano Ronaldo. Wherever he goes, Cristiano Ronaldo’s shirt sells like hotcakes which will help United recover some of the salary they will be paying the five-time Footballer of the Year award winner.