Manchester United former star Wayne Rooney has agreed with the Spaniard boss and Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola concerning the life of Christiano Ronaldo at Old Trafford and his impact for his former club.
Guardiola said Manchester United have got best player in the world who could change everything at Old Trafford and help manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the fight for the Premier League title this season.
And on his side Wayne Rooney says Ronaldo has got everything to give Solskjaer what fans demand at the club revealing that the Portuguese forward can't struggle in the PL as many worry about. Rooney has backed Ronaldo to perform at high levels at Old Trafford agreeing with Guardiola on a possibility of United winning the PL title this season.
Manchester United fans expects to see Ronaldo on the pitch against Newcastle United this weekend as the two clubs will be playing each other in the Premier League clash. Thanks for reading.
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