Ronaldo names his choice as United board push to replace Solskjaer

In the wake of the new era at Old Trafford, Cristiano Ronaldo has already told the Red Devils hierarchy that he’d approve of Zinedine Zidane to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

AS per Manchester Evening news, the Portuguese apparently would be more than happy to play under the Frenchman.

Ronaldo played under Zidane for a few years at Real Madrid, being part of the side that won 3 Champions League titles in a row.

Cristiano still holds a lot of admiration for the French manager, whom the Red Devils are trying to persuade into joining them.

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However, Zidane is still not fully convinced by the United job and wants to manage the France national team soon.