RONAL-D'OH Cristiano Ronaldo could have to leave £17m fleet of supercars at home if Rangnick introduces his strict rules at Man Utd

CRISTIANO RONALDO may be BANNED from driving his £17million fleet of supercars to Manchester United training under Ralf Rangnick.


Posted Tuesday, November 30, 2021 by Thesun.co.uk

The German boss, 63, famously forced his RB Leipzig players to use only company cars on workdays.

RONAL-D'OH Cristiano Ronaldo could have to leave £17m fleet of supercars at home if Rangnick introduces his strict rules at Man Utd
Cristiano Ronaldo may be forced to leave his £17m fleet of supercars at home should Ralf Rangnick reintroduce his club cars only policy at Man Utd Credit: Eamonn and James Clarke

RONAL-D'OH Cristiano Ronaldo could have to leave £17m fleet of supercars at home if Rangnick introduces his strict rules at Man Utd
Ralf Rangnick forced RB Leipzig stars to drive club cars to training during his spell at the German giants in 2018-19 Credit: Getty

And should Rangnick reintroduce the strict rules, Ronaldo will be forced to leave his astonishing garage of supercars to gather dust.

Ronaldo, 36, recently added a £250,000 Bentley Flying Spur to his ever-growing car collection.

The Portugal legend has been spotted proudly cruising into the Aon Training Complex in it a number of times since rejoining United this season.

But Ronaldo and his team-mates may be forced to trade in the luxury supercars for a company vehicle, according to the Mirror.

Chevrolet remain an official partner of Man Utd, despite no longer taking pride of place on club jerseys.

Rangnick was officially named United's new interim boss on Monday.

The 'father of Gegenpress' - who inspired the likes of Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel - most-recently managed RB Leipzig in 2018-19.

There, Rangnick made his players drive club cars to training, rather than using their personal fleets.

And, should he implement the same rules at Old Trafford, that would be a huge blow to the squad, with Aston Martins, Lamborghinis, Mercedes and Range Rovers regularly spotted on their way in to Carrington.

Rangnick could be in the hotseat for United's clash with Arsenal on Thursday night - if his work permit is sorted in time.

Michael Carrick has overseen the Red Devils' last two games - the 2-0 win at Villarreal and 1-1 draw at Chelsea.

But Rangnick could be ready to take charge for the crunch Premier League home game against an Arsenal side who have found their feet after a shaky start to the season.

Carrick, though - along with Mike Phelan and Kieran McKenna - will remain at the club to work under Rangnick.

SunSport revealed the German could yet take the job permanently, with the likes of Mauricio Pochettino, Zinedine Zidane and Erik ten Hag also in the running for the full-time gig in the summer.

RONAL-D'OH Cristiano Ronaldo could have to leave £17m fleet of supercars at home if Rangnick introduces his strict rules at Man Utd
Ronaldo is also believed to be one of 10 people lucky enough to buy the incredible Bugatti Centodieci, which costs £8.5m

RONAL-D'OH Cristiano Ronaldo could have to leave £17m fleet of supercars at home if Rangnick introduces his strict rules at Man Utd
The 36-year-old loves posting images of his cars to social media, including the Bugatti Chiron



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