Manchester United chief, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said Cristiano Ronaldo won’t play each game, as he hopes to deal with the forward’s minutes.
Ronaldo scored twice on his second introduction as United crushed Newcastle 4-1 on Saturday.
The 36-year-old appeared to lift the nature of players around him, however Solskjaer demands he must be kept fresh.
When Solskjaer was inquired as to whether it is difficult to forget about Ronaldo, he answered: “The thing with Cristiano is that he cares for himself to such an extent I realize he will recuperate rapidly and he has had a pre-season.
“Of course it’s significant that we get everybody fully operational and to get him going and to give him 90 minutes.
“Of course there is a game on Tuesday (against Young Boys). We will perceive what we do. Be that as it may, no, it’s not difficult to forget about him. He is 36, Mason [Greenwood] is 19, so it’s the equivalent, I need to deal with his minutes, and I need to deal with a 36-year-old’s minutes as well.”
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