- Cristiano Ronaldo is famous for acquiring splashy cars including two Lamborghini Aventadors and a Rolls Royce Cullinan
- Ralf Rangnick is known to be a no-nonsense coach as the manager once told RB Leipzig players to park their supercars during his time at the German club
- Reports say the interim boss could implement his techniques at Manchester United which could affect Cristiano Ronaldo
Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick may prevent striker Cristiano Ronaldo from driving his supercars if his ideology at RB Leipzig is anything to go by, Car Scoops reports.
Mirror are reporting that the 63-year-old tactician once took a drastic decision during his time with the German club as he ordered his players to park their personal cars.
Rangnick believes supercars were distracting the players and told the club to provide less flashy company cars for the stars.
And following his move to Premier League club Manchester United, the manager’s techniques could mean Ronaldo and teammates could also face the same rules.
That of the Portuguese will be peculiar as he is a famous lover of flashy cars and will splash any amount to drive in luxury.
SunSport reports that CR7 is known to own two Lamborghini Aventadors, a Rolls Royce Cullinan, a Chevrolet Camaro SS, a Ferrari F12 TDF, a McLaren Senna, and he may be the owner of a highly limited Bugatti Centodieci.
He’s such a fan of cars, in fact, that his girlfriend bought him a Brabus G-Class for his birthday in 2020.
Rangnick praises Ronaldo’s contribution in 1-0 win over Crystal Palace
Manchester United interim boss Ralf Rangnick has showered encomiums on Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo for his work rate during Manchester United’s 1-0 win over Crystal Palace.
A number of football pundits have recently ripped into the striker claiming he does not make efforts in assisting his teammates.
Ronaldo has so far scored 12 goals in 18 appearances since he returned to Manchester United, but he failed to hit the back of the net against Crystal Palace.
Rangnick eyes Aston Villa midfielder John McGinn
Meanwhile, Rangnick looks prepared to bolster his squad in January and has identified Aston Villa’s John McGinn as a target.
The United interim manager is prepared to splash £50million on the Scot to reinvigorate his midfield.
It was gathered that the Old Trafford club will do business as soon as the transfer window opens next month as Rangnick is desperate in reshaping his squad.
It is understood that McGinn is top on his wish-list as the coach is set to sanction a £50 million bid for the 27-year-old.