Manchester United striker, Cristiano Ronaldo has ended his quietness on the sack of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the club’s chief.
Man United terminated Solskjaer on Sunday and put Michael Carrick in a guardian limit while they look for a between time or extremely durable chief.
Solskjaer’s sack followed a helpless run of results with misfortunes to Aston Villa, Liverpool, Manchester City, and the most humiliating being the 4-1 loss to Watford on Saturday.
The 48-year-old was the main striker at Old Trafford when Ronaldo previously joined the club 12 years prior and assumed a key part in taking the Portuguese back to the club in the late spring.
“He’s been my striker when I originally came to Old Trafford and he’s been my mentor since I returned to Man. Joined together,” Ronaldo tweeted on Monday, 24 hours after the Norwegian was excused.
“In any case, in particular, Ole is a remarkable individual. I hope everything works out for him in whatever his life has held for him. Best of luck, old buddy! You merit it.”