Crazybola.com – The return of Cristiano Ronaldo is certain to make Manchester Unted eager to chase the title, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is urged by Kasper Schmeichel to continue to play him in every game.
The English Premier League giants have confirmed that they have got the Portuguese passport back on Friday (27/8) local time. This is inseparable from their success in reaching an agreement with Juventus.
The presence of Cristian Ronaldo also adds to the list of attack lines to many. The reason is that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer previously had names such as Edinson Cavani, Jadon Sancho, Mason Greenwood, Anthony Martial, Daniel James, and Jesse Lingard.
Some of them were even ignored by the Norwegian football coach. The player in question is Jesse Lingard. On the other hand, CR7 is not young anymore and this is considered to be able to make his playing minutes limited like Edinson Cavani.
However, Kasper Schmeichel thinks Cristiano Ronaldo must now be the focal point at Manchester United by continuing to play him as a starter even though he is now 36 years old.
Talk to BBC Sport, Kasper Schmeichel said that if he saw his recent performances he judged the player was still in good shape, especially his speed.
According to Schmeichel, although he is not young anymore he is still good and Solskjaer as a coach is expected to build something around Cristiano Ronaldo. He explained that when Bruno Fernandes was brought in, the fans were very happy, including himself. He admitted that the player was extraordinary and classy.
However, for Cristiano Ronaldo, it is different because the player who was long expected by the Premier League giants. According to him, in this summer’s transfer market the club is smart because it only recruits top players and is the best transfer since Sir Alex Ferguson left Manchester United.
For information, the former Juventus player had left MU 12 years ago. His achievements in the first period were winning 3 Premier League titles and the 2008 Champions League during 6 seasons at Old Trafford.
Cristiano Ronaldo has a great chance of making his MU debut against Newcastle United on Saturday (11/9).