Manchester United star player, Cristiano Ronaldo, has expressed disappointment at the club's decision to fire Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Man United fired Solskjaer in November and replaced him with Ralf Rangnick as temporary manager.
Rangnick was named temporary manager of Manchester United until the conclusion of the season.
After that, the 63-year-old German will work as a consultant at Old Trafford for two years.
“Not easy, to be honest. We changed Ole, then [Michael] Carrick [caretaker manager], then this new coach. It’s difficult when you change so much. It’s always tough.
“It’s always sad and tough. Ole used to play with me before and now he was the coach. A fantastic person. When he left, everybody was sad, but it’s part of football.
“When things don’t go the way the club wants, the club has to change. I was disappointed, but we have to understand the club. It was difficult, but life continues, Ronaldo reveals."