EPL: Anthony Elanga discusses Cristiano Ronaldo's attitude toward Man United teammates
Anthony Elanga, a Manchester United kid, has spoken out against Cristiano Ronaldo's approach toward his teammates.
Elenga stated that having Ronaldo at the club, whom he described as a wonderful person, is beneficial since he influences him both on and off the field.
Elanga, who was promoted to the senior squad this season, has already had the chance to play with the greatest of all time, Cristiano Ronaldo, on multiple times.
And the kid, who joined the Red Devils from Malmo when he was 12 years old and has made 28 first-team appearances, considers himself privileged to be able to play alongside the Portuguese international.
"Having Ronaldo as a mentor is fantastic because I get to training early and see him there," Elanga told Manchester United's official website.
"We talk about the game or training the day before if we had a game the day before."
He's a great person to have around the building, not only because of what he does on the field, but also because of what he does off it.
"If any of us [young players] require assistance, we may contact him." As a result, he's a great person to be around."
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