Manchester United boss Ole Gunner Solskjaer has affirmed where Cristiano Ronaldo will play in the wake of finishing a shocking re-visitation to Old Trafford.
United on Friday declared an arrangement with Juventus for the Portugal star had been concurred and Ronaldo was heading back to Manchester, subject to individual terms, a medical and a visa.
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It covered a noteworthy development after reports only hours sooner had recommended Ronaldo was ready to finish paperwork for rivals Manchester City.
Having gotten the five-time world player of the year, Solskjaer imagines a central strker role for him regardless of 12 years earlier playing out wide for United.
“Cristiano he’s evolved as a player, he used to play wide right, wide left, up front, he’s more of a centre forward for me at the moment, definitely,” Solskjaer told reporters.
“But there will be games where we play with two up front, three up front. I want him in the box, I want him scoring goals.
“We’ve always been watching Cristiano, that one day he would move and we would be interested.
“We never thought that he was going to leave Juventus this season, when he did we had to speak to him of course.”