Stunning Revelation As Solskjaer Discloses the Surprise Day Ronaldo Will Play for Man United

Stunning Revelation As Solskjaer Discloses the Surprise Day Ronaldo Will Play for Man United

  • Cristiano Ronaldo will make his second debut for Manchester United against Newcastle United on Saturday, September 11
  • This is according to Manchester United manager Ole Solskjaer who confirmed that the Portugal international is ready
  • Ronaldo spent three years at Juventus where he won the League title before he decided to move back to England

Ole Solskjaer who is in charge of Premier League giants Manchester United has disclosed emphatically that returnee Cristiano Ronaldo will make his second debut for the Red Devils against Newcastle United.

This latest development will come as a cheering news for all Manchester United fans who have been waiting to see Cristiano Ronaldo play for the Old Trafford side.

It was at Old Trafford that Cristiano Ronaldo made his name under former coach Sir Alex Ferguson who gave the Portugal international the chance to explore.

Ole Solskjaer and Ronaldo
Ole Solskjaer and Cristiano Ronaldo in action. Photo by Manchester United
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According to the report on UK Sun, Ole Solskjaer refused to disclose if Cristiano Ronaldo will start the Premier League encounter against Newcastle or he will come from the bench.

Ole Solskjaer's reaction

"He's had a good week with us here. He'll definitely be on the pitch at some point, that's for sure."
“Ronaldo has evolved as a player. I don’t think you’ll see see those 18,19, 20 step overs before he goes past you but he still has them, the step over, shift and shoot.
“He has developed into one of the most accurate finishers I have seen. What he developed in his years at Real Madrid has impressed us all.''

Former Liverpool star discloses what he would do to Ronaldo

Earlier, had reported how former professional English footballer Julian who played for West Ham United in the Premier League explained that he would have loved to face Cristiano Ronaldo now on the pitch.

Julian was known as a difficult and hard defender during his active playing time considering how he used to tackle strikers in the Premier League.

And by the time he hanged his professional boots in 2002, Cristiano Ronaldo was still playing for Sporting Lisbon then in Portugal.

In fact, it was his impressive performances for Sporting Lisbon that caught the attention of former Manchester United coach Sir Alex Ferguson who signed him.

At Old Trafford, Cristiano Ronaldo made name for himself and won his first super Ballon d'Or award before moving to Spanish giants Real Madrid.

Source: Sports Brief News