Cristiano Ronaldo has again hinted at Manchester United. The football superstar is also looking forward to the new coach Erik ten Hag: “I wish him the best and I believe that we will win trophies next year,” said the English Premier League club’s exceptional striker in an interview with the club. “What I know about him is that he has done a fantastic job for Ajax, that he is an experienced coach,” said the Portuguese (37).
In any case, the “Red Devils” will finish this season without a title. In addition, United, sixth in the table, no longer has a chance of qualifying for the Champions League. “Things would have to change the way he wants it. But we have to give him time,” Ronaldo said of the Dutch football coach who succeeds interim coach Ralf Rangnick in the summer. Rangnick will then continue to work as a consultant for the Red Devils. He also takes over as coach of the Austrian national team.
“Obviously I hope we succeed. Because if you succeed, all of Manchester will succeed too. I wish him the best,” Ronaldo said. “We’re happy and excited, not just as players but also as fans.” Previously, the English tabloid “Mirror” speculated about a premature farewell to Ronaldo. But Ronaldo had already indicated in an Instagram message that he would stay. “Our goal is to get better every day,” Ronaldo wrote, “so we can achieve what we all want: glory for Man United!”