Cristiano Ronaldo has suggested that Manchester United made a mistake in appointing Ralf Rangnick as their next manager after the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Man United appointed Ralf Rangnick as interim manager in November following the sacking of Solskjaer in the wake of poor performances.
The German tactician was more of a sporting director than a coach but because Manchester United were in dire need of new coach after the sacking of Solskjaer and they eventually settled with the former RB Leizpig boss.
Rangnick won his first game as United boss against Crystal Palace but things went downhill and Man United finished 6th in the Premier League without a single goal difference and last season, under his watch, was described as United’s worst season in the league in recent decades.
Ronaldo wasn’t convinced by Ralf Rangnick’s appointment and accused the German of not being a top coach.
Speaking to Piers Morgan, the Portuguese star said: “When you sack Ole Gunnar Solskjær, you should bring a top manager, not a sports director.
“In the end, deep inside me, I never saw him [Rangnick] as the boss because I saw some points that I never agreed [with].”