Cristiano Ronaldo opens up on life under Ralf Rangnick

Cristiano Ronaldo opens up on life under Ralf Rangnick

"Since he [Ralf Rangnick] arrived, he changed many things," Cristiano Ronaldo told Sky Sports.

"But he needs time to put his ideas across to the players. I believe he's going to do a good job.

"We know we aren't playing the best but we have many games to improve. Since he arrived I think in some points we're better.

"It isn't that easy to change the mentality of players and the way they play, the culture, the system like that."

The Manchester United forward continued: "We have to be together we are in the same boat.

"We knew from the beginning it would not be easy, new year, we have to believe that it is possible. We have a long way to change, so I still believe we are going to do a good season.

"I’m looking forward we have to be professional we have to work hard to be together as players to change the page.

"We know we are not in the best moment but working hard we can achieve important things."

There has been plenty of speculation over Ronaldo's stance on working under Rangnick, who demands a lot of physical work from all of his players.

Stats have shown that the 36-year-old presses the least when compared to our other attackers but he's still our highest scorer this season, with 14 goals across competitions.

Meanwhile, there are also doubts over Ronaldo's future, with reports claiming he's already held 'crisis talks' with his agent Jorge Mendes.

Source: Sky Sports
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