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Maguire reveals how Ronaldo’s return will affect Man United

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As he trains with the England National Team, Harry Maguire explained how Cristiano Ronaldo’s return will affect everyone at Man United. 

On the day after the big announcement, the excitement about Cristiano Ronaldo’s return was palpable on all Man United players. There is video and photo evidence of all the footballers buzzing over the possibilities of fighting for titles again. CR7’s career has been one of the most incredible in football history and it all started as a Red Devil. Captain Harry Maguire knows how important Ronaldo is to the team’s dynamic and he can’t wait to meet him on a day-to-day basis.

In fact, the thrill of training alongside one of the best players to ever do it is an exciting aspect of returning from the international break. England is set to face Hungary, Andorra, and Poland over the next week and a half. The UEFA World Cup Qualifiers will go into full effect today but the Three Lions don’t play until tomorrow. Maguire is part of Gareth Southgate’s expedition that is trying to get over the major UEFA Euros heartbreak with this new tournament. 

Maguire explains how everybody feels about Ronaldo. 

During today’s press conference ahead of tomorrow’s match against Hungary, Harry Maguire responded to questions about Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese legend recently spoke to Manchester United’s website about his return but the rest of his squad also has a lot to say about it. Metro picked up the following statement: “It’s amazing. Obviously, I’m away with England at the moment so my focus is on the game tomorrow.

“But for him to sign back for the club… for me, he’s the greatest player to play the game so it’s amazing to have him at the club and I’m sure he’s going to have a huge impact on and off the field and many players can look, learn and improve. Obviously, he’s going to improve our team as well with his goalscoring record so it’s amazing to have him at the club. ‘I’m looking forward to meeting him in a few days.”