Cristiano Ronaldo could be forced to leave his flashy and expensive cars at home following the arrival of Ralf Rangnick at Manchester United.
The Portuguese is known to love driving some of the world's priciest supercars, but might have to keep that passion of his at home after the arrival of Rangnick in England.
According to the Daily Mirror, the 63-year-old tactician has previously gone to extreme lengths to get the best out of his teams, including banning "flashy" cars from the training grounds of clubs he has worked at.
It is claimed that, while at RB Leipzig in Germany, Rangnick ordered his players to arrive for training to swap their expensive personal cars for vehicles provided by the club.
Click through the gallery below to see the Bentley Ronaldo was recently seen driving in England:
Ronaldo is believed to own two Lamborghini Aventadors, a Rolls-Royce Cullinan, a Chevrolet Camaro SS, a Ferrari F12 TDF, a McLaren Senna, a Bugatti Centodieci and Brabus G-Class.
Rangnick, who signed for United on an interim basis, is famous for his unique style of coaching and operating, with the German considered to be a great innovator.
He was said to be one of the first managers to introduce video analysis in Germany, while he also convinced Leipzig to invest big money in a simulator that allows players to immerse themselves in a 360-degree simulation of in-game situations.
In Manchester, Rangnick has said a new fitness system will be implemented, which is likely to see a change in how players at the Red Devils conduct themselves on and off the field.
Here is Ronaldo's Ferrari: