One of the greatest players to have played in Man United in recent times is Portuguese international Cristiano Ronaldo.
Since his exit from the club, the Red Devils have been making efforts to land a player of his kind but that has been more difficult than expected.
Maybe the end of the wait has come with former United forward, Dimitar Berbatov claiming that manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer now has Cristiano Ronaldo in Mason Greenwood, adding that there is no need for any big-money deals in the summer transfer window.
Berbatov told Mirror Football that watching Greenwood, against Brighton, was like watching Ronaldo.
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He hailed Greenwood’s left foot and vision, stressing that Man United can get to the next level with such quality.
Noting that the player is only 18, Berbatov claims he is maturing and improving by the day which would go a long way to help the team.
The former Man United forward added that a player that can play both in and out of the box as well as create chances is a special talent and needs to be nurtured and encouraged with more playing time.
However, it is expected that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will participate in the summer transfer window especially as he is expected to sell some of his current players.