Ronaldo speaks out about Manchester United’s future and Breaks Silence Erik ten Hag’s.

Cristiano Ronaldo was one of the few successes of a disastrous Man United season and has spoken about the future.

Cristiano Ronaldo insists he is pleased at Manchester United and is excited to work with new boss Erik ten Hag.

Ronaldo, 37, scored 24 goals in his first season back at United after a 12-year absence and is in line to win his fourth Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year title on Saturday.

After United failed to qualify for the Champions League, a competition Ronaldo has competed in for 19 consecutive seasons and won five times, there have been questions about Ronaldo’s future. Ronaldo has a one-year contract with United, with the option of an extension.#

However, in a video broadcast by United, Ronaldo expressed his satisfaction while emphasising that Ten Hag needs time to make the required reforms to restore United’s credibility.

“I know he did an incredible job with Ajax and that he’s an experienced coach,” Ronaldo added. “But we need to give him time and things need to alter the way he wants.”

“Of course, I hope we succeed because if you succeed, then all of Manchester will succeed as well.” As a result, I wish him the best.

“Not only the players, but also the fans, are delighted and excited.” I wish him the best of luck, and let’s hope we win trophies next year.

“Of course, I was thrilled to be back in a club that had a significant impact on my career, so it was incredible. The feeling when I returned, it was fantastic to feel the supporters, and their joy was palpable. I was, and continue to be, overjoyed to be here.

“And what I have to say to the fans is that they are incredible, even when you lose games. They always support us, they always stand by us. The supporters will always be in my heart, and they are the people who we should all appreciate because they are always on our side.

“For me, the most important thing is to win games and to win a championship or a cup, but I believe Manchester will return to their rightful place.

“As I already stated, it takes time, but I continue to believe.”

Sign up to receive awesome content in your inbox, every month.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Previous post Leicester maul Wolves to move out of relegation zone
Next post Jadon Sancho ‘annoying Man Utd trio’ amid current struggles as he’s “not performing”
%d bloggers like this: