New Manchester United interim manager, Ralf Rangnick, could force Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates to leave their expensive cars at home, according to the UK Mirror.
Rangnick’s appointment was confirmed on Monday and he replaces Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The 63-year-old has managed 10 other clubs, with his last managerial job being at Bundesliga outfit RB Leipzig.
The German, made his players use club cars while representing the club and could adopt the same methods at United.
Ronaldo, who has a large collection of supercars, could be one of those who may have to swap his flashy cars for travel to and from training.
It remains to be seen if Rangnick will be in the dug-out for United’s Premier League clash against Arsenal at Old Trafford this Thursday.
Caretaker manager, Michael Carrick, who has overseen a Champions League win over Villarreal and Sunday’s draw against Chelsea, will remain in charge if Rangnick cannot begin work immediately.