The love of football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo for powerful and beautiful cars has been severely tested. All because of the new head coach of Manchester United, in which the Portuguese striker plays.
RBC-Ukraine Auto reports this with a link to Carscoops.
63-year-old Ralph Rangnick moved to the Manchester club from the post of the head coach of the German RB Leipzig. In Germany, he ordered his football players to “park” their cool cars and drive budget and dull company cars.
The German specialist seems to be going to take the same extreme measures in “Manchester United” – in order to get the most out of the team. Because one of the most titled football clubs in the world is now in the modest 6th place in the England Championship.
Did the multiple Golden Ball winner move from sunny Italy to Foggy Albion in September this year for this? Will he be able to drive powerful cars only on a simulator now?
Cristiano Ronaldo currently owns two Lamborghini Aventadors, Rolls-Royce Cullinan, Chevrolet Camaro SS, Ferrari F12 TDF, McLaren Senna, and recently became the owner of the exclusive supercar Bugatti Centodieci for 9.4 million.
But there is good news: Ralph Rangnick has been appointed head coach of Manchester United temporarily – until the summer of 2022. And if Ronaldo plays poorly, it will help get rid of the demanding manager.