Luke Shaw discusses Manchester United’s response to Cristiano Ronaldo’s signing.
Manchester United’s reaction to Cristiano Ronaldo’s acquisition is discussed by Luke Shaw.
Cristiano Ronaldo did not show up for Manchester United’s match against Wolves this afternoon.
Luke Shaw claimed that the Manchester United dressing room is eager to learn and play with Cristiano Ronaldo following his return to Old Trafford on Friday. After edging out Manchester City in the race to sign the 36-year-old, the Red Devils worked quickly behind the scenes to seal a deal in a matter of hours.
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It was a no-brainer for Ronaldo when Jorge Mendes informed him that United was interested in bringing him back to the club 12 years after he left for Real Madrid.
Ronaldo came in Lisbon shortly after United revealed his sensational signing of the Portuguese star, and the trade was anticipated to be completed this weekend.
Despite the fact that Ronaldo was not registered in time for United’s match against Wolves on Sunday, Shaw believes his arrival has given United a lift ahead of the game after last week’s 1-1 draw at Southampton.
When asked about the amount of fuss surrounding the cap, the left-back told Sky Sports, “Of course there’s a lot.”
“It has given the club a significant boost, both inside and externally, which is certainly a great positive.”
Shaw and his United teammates are anxious to learn from their new striker, who has already accomplished everything a club footballer can achieve.
“He’s been one of the best players in the world for a long time, and everyone is excited for him to come in, learn from him, and play with him,” he continued.
Roy Keane, a former United captain, has also remarked about Ronaldo’s impact on the current United team, highlighting the former Juventus forward’s winning mentality.
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