Cristiano Ronaldo spoke for the first time this Friday on the arrival of Manchester United’s next coach Eric ten Haag from next season.
A page turns at Manchester United. As United prepare to end their fifth season without a trophy, Red Devils fans’ hopes are pinned on new Red Devils strongman Eric Ten Haag.
On 21 April, the current coach of Ajax Amsterdam was officially appointed coach of the Mancunian club from the following season. At 52 years old, Ralph Rangnick’s successor will have the overwhelming task of bringing the club back 20 league titles at the top of English football. To be successful, Batavian has to treat his players and especially the star of the team, Cristiano Ronaldo.
“You have to give it time”
For the Portuguese, newly picked for April in the Premier League, the arrival of Ten Haag is good news for Manchester: “I know he has done a great job with Ajax and he is an experienced coach, CR7 Commented on MU website. But we should give him time. Things should change according to his wish. If he does the right thing, all the people of Manchester will be successful. So I wish him all the best. We are all happy and excited players. But as fans also we have to believe that next year we can win the title.”
The last trophy won by the Red Devils, the Europa League, dates back to 2017.