Arsenal-Manchester United: Cristiano Ronaldo back as starter after son’s death

Cristiano Ronaldo will actually appear on the lawn of Emirates Stadium to face Arsenal this Saturday (1:30 pm). Ronaldo, mourning the death of his newborn, was announced to the group this Friday by Ralph Rangnick.

Less than a week after the death of his newborn, Cristiano Ronaldo will open the front line of the Mancunian attack against Arsenal this Saturday. If there were first doubts about his presence in the Mancunian group, Ralph Rangnick lifted it this Friday, hinting that the five-time Ballon d’Or would be a good fit for a trip to London. So the second question related to his tenure has been raised just an hour before the start.

The Portuguese announced the sad news on their Instagram account last Monday, indicating that the twin sister is doing well, A play that prompted CR7 not to travel to Liverpool last Tuesday for the England derby, preferring to support and focus on his family in these difficult times. The day before yesterday the Portuguese returned to training Red Devils debacle against Liverpool and tributes from Reds supporters.

Ronaldo will be backed by Elanga and Sancho to lead Manchester United’s attack. However, Rangnik should do without Pogba, probably forfeited for the rest of the season and Luke Shaw, still injured in the calf. In the event of a win against the Gunners, Manchester could return to match their opponent of the day in the race to the Champions League.

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