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Manchester United: Cristiano Ronaldo tells the team to ‘sacrifice’ to become a top team

Cristiano Ronaldo calls on Manchester United to ‘sacrifice’ to become a top team after recent unstable form, and insists the team need time to ‘adjust’ after bringing Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho to Old Trafford

  • Cristiano Ronaldo wants his Manchester United teammates to ‘sacrifice’ to achieve goals
  • The Red Devils have had a bad streak, but Ronaldo says they need time
  • Ronaldo believes ‘anything is possible’ this season as they try to win trophies


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Cristiano Ronaldo has raised a rallying cry at his Manchester United teammates after poor form caused a setback in their season, urging them to “sacrifice” and help the team reach the next level.

The Portuguese superstar was one of three high-profile arrivals at Old Trafford this summer along with 73 million pound winger Jadon Sancho of Borussia Dortmund and 42 million pound defender Raphael Varane of Real Madrid, and Ronaldo believes the club needs time to ‘adjust’ to its new – look to the side.

Ronaldo has been one of the team’s best players so far this campaign, scoring six times in eight games, but has failed to inspire United in every game, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side suffered some poor results of late. .

Cristiano Ronaldo has urged his United teammates to 'sacrifice' to become a top team this season

Cristiano Ronaldo has urged his United teammates to ‘sacrifice’ to become a top team this season

But despite showing his passion and disappointment during those defeats, the veteran forward has maintained a positive outlook on United’s fortunes, saying “anything is possible” for the remainder of the season.

“We are in a moment in my opinion that Manchester (United) makes some changes; They buy me, they buy (Raphael) Varane and (Jadon) Sancho, ” he said. Sky sports ahead of United’s clash with Liverpool on Sunday.

“Adapting will take time, including the game system we play, but I think that step by step we have to keep in mind that anything is possible.

‘I’m not just talking about my individual things, I put the collective first. Winning things as a group is easier to win individual things, I still think it is possible.

United have suffered from an unstable form of late, but Ronaldo said the team needed time to adjust

United have suffered from an unstable form of late, but Ronaldo said the team needed time to adjust

United have suffered from an unstable form of late, but Ronaldo said the team needed time to adjust

Ronaldo is one of the three big signings this summer, including Raphael Varane (left) and Jadon Sancho (right).

Ronaldo is one of the three big signings this summer, including Raphael Varane (left) and Jadon Sancho (right).

Ronaldo is one of the three big signings this summer, including Raphael Varane (left) and Jadon Sancho (right).

Everyone should know their role. I know my role in the team, in the club … my role is to score goals, to help the team with my experience and knowledge to understand the game.

“If everyone thinks like that, sacrifice yourself for the team, I think we will be a better team. We have a fantastic crowd behind us, a fantastic stadium, a fantastic team, so we have to continue like this. ‘

Ronaldo did it again midweek when he helped secure a dramatic 3-2 win over Atalanta in the Champions League, scoring a signature late-minute header once again after this season’s heroic finishes against Villarreal and West Ham.

There have been fears that Ronaldo will take center stage whether United win or lose, and the forward is seen bursting into the tunnel after a 1-0 loss at home to Villa last month. And the 36-year-old was reportedly furious at his teammates as they trailed Atalanta 2-0 at halftime, asking if they were ’embarrassed’.

Ronaldo has six goals in eight games and says 'anything is possible' as United seek to win trophies

Ronaldo has six goals in eight games and says 'anything is possible' as United seek to win trophies

Ronaldo has six goals in eight games this season and believes ‘anything is possible’ as United seek to win trophies

After sealing his fairytale return from Juventus, Ronaldo has his sights on more successes even as he approaches forty, revealing that he has no intention of retiring, not even from the Portugal national team.

‘But why [retire from international duty]? I think it’s not my time yet. ”

‘It’s not what people want, it’s what I want. It’s when I feel like I’m not able to run, dribble, shoot, if I run out of power … but I still have those things so I want to keep going because I’m still motivated.

‘Is the main word – [motivated] do my thing, make people happy and make my family happy, fans and me. I want to set the bar even higher.

“You talk about Portugal but in the Champions League I have more goals, more wins, assists… everything. But I want to continue. I like to play football. I feel good to make people happy. ‘

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