Ronaldo Shows True Leadership, Influences Man United Teammates With Healthy Lifestyle

Ronaldo Shows True Leadership, Influences Man United Teammates With Healthy Lifestyle

  • Lee Grant has revealed Cristiano Ronaldo's qualities off the pitch as something to write home about since he joined Man United
  • The 38-year-old explained how Ronaldo's healthy eating habits to his leadership qualities have affected the dressing room
  • The Portugal international scored a brace when the Red Devils defeated Newcastle at the Theatre of Dreams

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Cristiano Ronaldo has influenced Manchester United players' eating habits since his arrival at club, according to goalkeeper Lee Grant, Sport Bible, Manchester Evening News.

The veteran shot-stopper claimed that the five-time Ballon d'Or winner has does not entertain his teammates eating junk food.

Ronaldo Shows true leadership, influences Man United teammates with healthy lifestyle
Lee grant claims Ronaldo influences Man United teammates with his healthy lifestyle. Photo by Matthew Peters
Source: UGC

Grant revealed that Ronaldo's food is the healthiest when players are being served in the club's food canteen and his leadership qualities is also second to none.

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What Lee Grant said about Ronaldo

The 38-year-old said:

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“Everyone will know, whenever anyone gets up, it’s normally like, ‘Here is a spoon, get on a stool or a chair and sing.’
“And I was one of the first ones because I am one of the older players, so straight away I am rattling the glasses to try and see.
“We had Varane, Jadon had to do his little piece and obviously Cristiano. We were all sort of on tenterhooks thinking if he was going to get up and sing.

“Ronaldo was brilliant, obviously I am not going to disclose the contents of what he said, but it was interesting that was one of the points that he made about his nerves.
“He reiterated it post-match, so really interesting. But what I think that it does show, and something we are all aware as players, is that he really wants to be back here.

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“He was incredibly excited at the opportunity to come back and play for the club, so that’s incredibly humbling for Manchester United fans and anyone connected to the club.”

Ronaldo's children now in school in Manchester

Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo and his family have relocated from their base in Turin to Manchester and his kids have also enrolled in school.

The four children including Ronaldo Jnr, Alana, Mateo and Eva Maria were dressed in uniforms as they posed for a photo before heading to school.

The kids will be introduced to another language of learning having spent their years in Sapin and Italy where their father worked as a professional footballer.

Solskjaer's message to Man United fans about Ronaldo also reported that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has insisted that he will not be playing Cristiano Ronaldo in every game to keep him fresh for more important matches, Goal.

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The 36-year-old was on fire as he scored a brace in Man United's 4-1 thrashing of Newcastle to mark a sensation return to Old Trafford.

Ronaldo's performance would put more pressure on the Norwegian boss from fans as it is expected that the Portuguese forward should play every game.


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