Ronaldo: Things should change at Man Utd under Ten Hag

Ronaldo scored 24 objectives in all rivalries last season

Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo has supported approaching supervisor Erik ten Hag to convey prizes at the club next season yet forewarned that the new chief should be managed the cost of time to carry out changes expected to make the group a trustworthy power.

Ronaldo scored 24 objectives in all rivalries last season and was an uncommon brilliant flash in a generally frustrating season for United, who neglected to fit the bill for the Champions League subsequent to completing 6th in the Premier League.

Ten Hag will show up in Manchester after three seasons at Ajax, where he drove the Amsterdam-based side to three association titles and two Dutch Cup wins, and take over from break mentor Ralf Rangnick.

“I realize he worked effectively for Ajax and that he’s an accomplished mentor however we want to give him time and things need to change – – the manner in which he needs,” Ronaldo told United in a video delivered by the club on Friday.

“I really want to believe that we have progress obviously since, in such a case that you have achievement Manchester are all going to have accomplishment too. So I hope everything works out for him.

“We are cheerful and energized, the players as well as the allies too. I hope everything turns out great for him and we should accept that one year from now we will win prizes.”
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Hypothesis was overflowing about Ronaldo’s future at United following a prize less mission on his re-visitation of Old Trafford following 12 years yet the 37-year-old kept up with that he was content in Manchester.

“I was glad to be back in a club that truly raised my vocation so it was staggering, the inclination when I returned once more,” Ronaldo said. “I was yet am extremely glad to be here.

“The main thing for me is to attempt to dominate the matches and attempt to come out on top for some title… yet, I accept that Manchester will be back where they should be. Here and there it requires investment, however I actually accept.”