He expressed his determination in front of Ronaldo and Solskjær.
Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to Manchester United’s Carrington training ground. There was no pride and arrogance in “God’s World.” Humility and seriousness expressed Ronaldo’s determination.
Manchester United revealed Ronaldo’s appearance at Carrington Training Center on the 7th (local time). He was called up to the Portuguese national team for the A match in September and scored two goals against Ireland, but failed to carry out the schedule until the end due to accumulated warnings.
Ronaldo flew straight to Manchester, England, to self-quarantine for five days to prevent the novel coronavirus infection disease (COVID-19). And he went to Carrington Training Center for the first time in 12 years. Senior and new players who were not called up for the A match were sweating.
Ronaldo first greeted Ole Gunnar Solskjær in his office. When Solskjær was the oldest in the team, Ronaldo joined the team as the youngest and played on the ground together.
Although they are close enough to keep in touch with Real Madrid and Juventus, Ronaldo maintained a “rest from concentration” attitude and listened to Solskjær’s team management philosophy and situation.
Since then, Solskjær has taken Ronaldo directly to the locker room in the Caribbean training ground to have a simple meeting with his colleagues. Major players were called up to national teams from each country, but there were also familiar faces such as Juan Mata and Diogo Dalot.토토사이트
Ronaldo immediately conducted team training. Youth resources such as Hannibal, Cho Hu-gil, and Eden Benji as well as existing first-tier players such as Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Alex Teles, Nemanja Matic, Donnya van de Bake, Mason Greenwood, and Jayden Sancho worked together. Ronaldo trained seriously all the time. Darren Fletcher, the current technical director who played with Manchester United as a teammate, also satisfactorily watched the training.
According to local sources, Ronaldo is in good condition enough to play on weekends right away. He is likely to make his second debut at Manchester United through the fourth round of the 2021/2022 English Premier League against Newcastle at Old Trafford as early as the 11th (local time). If it fails, he is expected to play on the ground through the UEFA Champions League Group H qualifying round against the Young Boys on the 15th.