Cristiano Ronaldo Talks About His Future At Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo Talks About His Future At Manchester United

Portuguese Super Star, Cristiano Ronaldo Talks About His Future At Manchester United.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s future was in limbo after it was confirmed that Manchester United would not compete in the Champions League next season. Now it seems that the Portuguese captain has made it clear that he will stay with the Red Devils next season, but things are set to change.

Speaking to Manchester United, the Portuguese star spoke about what needs to happen for the club to return to the world’s elite and what he thinks of the work of the former Ajax boss and the new generations.

I know he (Erik ten Hag) did a good job with Ajax and he is an experienced coach, but we have to give him time and things have to change the way he wants. I hope we will succeed, of course, because if he succeeds, the whole of Manchester will succeed,” said the Madeiran.

What he expects from next year

After talking about the work of Erik ten Hag, Ronaldo decided to talk about what to expect for next season. He first expressed that they are happy and excited to start. He then revealed his intentions and what he expects from the club before the start of the next campaign.

“We are all excited and happy. Not only the players, but also the fans. I wish you all the best and hope that next year we win titles,” said CR7 during the interview for the Manchester United channel.


The last topic he addressed was related to giving a chance to young players. He assured that they should be given minutes and confidence, but also know how to manage them, because the pressure and playing in the Premier League can be difficult for those who start their professional career.

“The new generations are going to be the future of the club. I’m in favor of giving young players chances because they will be the future, but we have to help them to get them in the right place. It’s a lot of pressure to play in the Premier League. I think it’s the most difficult league in the world by far. You have to give them time, opportunities and let them develop in a normal way, without pressure,” he said.

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