Cristiano Ronaldo could have to DITCH his multi-million pound car collection for driving to Man United training under new manager Ralf Rangnick, who forced stars to travel in company cars at his old club RB Leipzig
- Manchester United stars may be forced to leave their expensive cars at home
- Under new interim boss Ralf Rangnick as he made RB Leipzig players do just that
- Rangnick has managed 10 clubs with his last managerial post being in Germany
Cristiano Ronaldo and his Manchester United team-mates may be forced to leave their expensive cars at home under new interim boss Ralf Rangnick.
The 63-year-old German was appointed on a temporary basis on Monday following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the humiliating defeat by Watford earlier this month.
Rangnick has managed 10 other clubs with his last managerial post being at German outfit RB Leipzig.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Man United team-mates may be forced to leave expensive cars at home
Under new interim boss Ralf Rangnick as he made his RB Leipzig players do just that
He made his players use club cars while representing the team and could adopt the same methods at United, according to The Mirror.
Portugal star Ronaldo, who has a large portfolio of supercars, could be one of those who may have to swap out his flash cars for travel to and from training.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner regularly shows off his pride and joy multi-million pound cars on social media.
Ronaldo regularly shows off his pride and joy multi-million pound cars on social media
It remains to be seen whether Rangnick will be in the dug-out for Thursday’s Premier League clash against Arsenal at Old Trafford.
Caretaker manager Michael Carrick, who has overseen a Champions League win over Villarreal and Sunday’s draw at Premier League leaders Chelsea, will remain in charge if Rangnick cannot begin work immediately.
It’s understood that Solskjaer’s back-room team – assistant Mike Phelan, coaches Carrick and Kieran McKenna, and goalkeeper coach Richard Hartis – will all remain at United even though Rangnick will bring in a few of his own staff including trusted video analyst Lars Kornetka.
United insist that Rangnick was always their No 1 candidate and he impressed during an interview with executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, football director John Murtough – who spent time with Rangnick when he was at RB Leipzig in 2019 – and technical director Darren Fletcher.
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