Solskjaer challenges Ronaldo to aim to be a Manchester United legend.
London, Aug.2 (ANI): Retired Manchester United striker Solskjaer has challenged Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo to achieve the goal of becoming a club legend.
The Norwegian, 35, believes Ronaldo, Carlos Tevez and Wayne Rooney should take the older generation as an example if they want to go down in history.
"He (Ronaldo) has learnt and is still learning. He wants to improve. You have Scholes and Neville, too. They are the hardest working players in training because they want to improve.
"These are role models that young players - no matter how good they are - can look up to. Giggs has 10 titles. That's the challenge," The Sun quoted him, as saying. (ANI)
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