Sport Solskjær sees Cristiano Ronaldo Play up to 40 years

15:45  25 september  2021
15:45  25 september  2021 Source:   sofoot.com

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: Cristiano Ronaldo wouldn't have chosen Manchester City over Manchester United

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  Solskjær voit Cristiano Ronaldo jouer jusqu'à 40 ans © supplied by Sofoot

CR7 is eternal.

No, Cristiano Ronaldo is not near his career to believe his new coach - and former teammate - Ole Gunnar Solskjær. "I would not be surprised if he was still playing 40 years old, not at all, because of the way he takes care of him. He put each energy and effort to become the player he is and that he was, so he deserves every little compliment he receives for his physical state ", affirmed Norwegian in conference. Press with Portuguese, who will celebrate her 37 years in February.

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Five Champions League, a euro, titles in three different countries ... and yet, the quintuple balloon still wants. "What is the most impressive is that he still has also hungry ," says Solskjær. His mentality is still perfect and it's an inner desire to continue until his head says: "No, I gave everything now." (...) He is back in the Premier League, and there may be more intensity than in the Italian and Spanish championships, so we will have to handle his workload.

unless it is he who manages it alone.

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Cristiano Ronaldo's record 178th Champions League game had been one of his quietest for 94 minutes until the ball broke kindly for him to break Villarreal hearts at Old Trafford on Wednesday. Manchester United's returning hero rode the rescue just in time to salvage a 2-1 win from another performance which cast more doubt over where the Red Devils are headed under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Norwegian badly needed three points after a run of three defeats in four games and got it with seconds to spare.

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