Ronaldo has scored 12 goals, with his six in the Champions League securing all 10 of their points to qualify from Group F, while Ronaldo has scored in all four of United’s Premier League wins since he rejoined United in August.
The 36-year-old’s role in the team has been peculiarly debated by some pundits since United’s slump in form under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the arrival of Rangnick has intensified the scrutiny.
At his press conference unveiling at Old Trafford on Friday morning, Rangnick dismissed the suggestion Ronaldo would have to adapt to his intense demands.
“You always have to adapt your style or your idea of football to the players you have available, not vice versa,” Rangnick said.
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