Interim Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick has disagreed with Gary Neville that Cristiano Ronaldo is the greatest footballer of all-time.

Ronaldo, who scored twice in United's thrilling 3-2 victory over Arsenal at Old Trafford on Thursday evening, is considered as one of the greatest to have ever played the game, having built his career on winning trophy after trophy and scoring goal after goal.

Over the last ten years or so, the title of the world's greatest footballer has constantly been contested between himself and Lionel Messi, with the pair having scored a sensational amount of goals for both club and country.

Ronaldo's all-round ability, plus his ability to score a wide-range of goals, including with his head and both feet, prompted former United captain Neville to describe his old team-mate as the "greatest player of all-time."

"Look, there's no doubt that Messi's scored an obscene amount of goals," Neville told Sky Sports, speaking back in September. "He's a ridiculous player.

"Ronaldo's scored probably 30 or 40 per cent more with his wrong foot and he's scored more penalties. So it just took me to a point where he was more complete in terms of the most important part of the game.

"The thing that tips it over the edge even more is that international record, of the most international goals ever.

"The fact that he's won five Champions Leagues with teams that aren't even as good as Messi's team... Messi's won more league titles with that Barcelona team.

"But I just feel that the international goal record and the Champions Leagues, aligned with the variety of goals that he scores, even though they're very similar, takes me to think that he [Ronaldo] is the greatest player of all-time."

However, Neville's opinion on Ronaldo has not been completely agreed upon by Rangnick, who will take charge of the Reds for the first time against Crystal Palace on Sunday afternoon.

Upon his arrival at Old Trafford, the German was asked on who he believes is the greatest player of all-time. Although he referenced Ronaldo, the 63-year-old was a lot keener to wax lyrical about former Ajax and Barcelona legend Johan Cruyff and former Argentina star Diego Maradona.

Rangnick told United's club website : "I think there are quite a few who would come into consideration but I think definitely Diego Maradona is one of them to name.

"Somebody who also influenced my approach as a coach, because I think he was the first modern no10 in football, was Johan Cruyff.

"He also had a big influence, not only as a player, but as a coach later on when he worked for clubs like Ajax or Barcelona.

"I remember when I was 13, 14, playing for the youth team in my home club. I asked my coach if I could play with No.14 [Cruyff’s number].

"At the time, it was completely unnormal because you had numbers from one to 11 and the coach allowed me to play with the reserve-team number 14 on the back of my shirt.

"I would name the two of them but obviously there are quite a few more.

"We have Cristiano here, we have Lionel Messi, we have Robert Lewandowski right now, so it’s difficult to just name one of them.

"I would say Diego and Johan are definitely two who should be named."

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