When asked if Cristiano Ronaldo is able to adjust to Erik ten Hag’s high-energy system, the Manchester United boss replied: “I have to be clinical and ask what is the best for the club and the team and what is the process and to improve.
“I have to be transparent and clear and to communicate.
“He [Ronaldo] showed it last year and not that long ago so now he needs to fit in our way of playing.
“If he does that, he will decide the games because of his capabilities.”
Ronaldo has started just one game in the Premier League this term, gracing the bench nearly every other fixture.