Manchester United had a tough season as they failed to end their five-year drought of lifting a Premier League trophy. The Red Devils brought the Portuguese legend Cristiano Ronald to change things around this season. However, the United have disappointed yet again even with Ronaldo’s incredible form on their side. Manchester United has scored 57 goals in 36 games and won 16 games. Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 18 goals in the league for the Red Devils, which is more than thirty percent of the team’s goals. While Ronaldo was awarded the Premier League’s Player of the Month in April, Machester has missed yet another championship League qualification as they will most likely finish sixth in the standings.

The club’s interim manager Ralf Rangnick will step down after the end of the season. Moreover, the Red Devils have signed their next permanent coach in Ajax’s Erik ten Hag. The Dutch football manager will take over the reign at the United this summer. Manchester paid £1.75 million to Erik’s former club in order to get him released from his contract in Amsterdam. 

Erik ten Hag
Erik ten Hag

Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks His Silence About Machester’s New Manager

Erik ten Hag will take over the leadership role at the football club this summer. The 52-year-old signed a three-year contract with the Red Devils with an option of extending the deal for another year. After Erik’s confirmation, there have been rumors that Cristiano Ronaldo is not a part of the Dutch manager’s plan when he joins the club next season. Erik is being brought in to rebuild the club. And there were talks about him not involving Ronaldo in the club’s future. The rumor gave rise to another speculation that Cristiano might think about leaving another club that would be willing to compete in the Champions League, unlike the United.

Ronaldo

However, the football legend has finally broken his silence over the Red Devils’ move to bring in Erick. Ronaldo has recently warned the club that they need to give the Dutch manager some time to bring Manchester United to winning ways. Further, Cristiano appreciated Erik for his fantastic job with Ajax. Ronaldo acknowledged that ten Hag is an experienced coach, and people would have to give him time and the power to make some crucial changes the way he wants. 

The 37-year-old hoped that the Red Devils would have some success in Erik’s presence and wished him the best. Moreover, Ronaldo shared that the team is happy and excited, not only the players but the supporters too. The Portuguese International added, ” Lets’s believe that next year we are going to in trophies.”

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