Ronaldo: Erik ten Hag will ‘need time’ to establish himself at Manchester United

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Erik ten Hag will need time to improve Manchester United’s fortunes, according to Cristiano Ronaldo. Ten Hag, who is presently the manager of Ajax, will take over at United at the end of the season and will face a difficult task in trying to turn the club’s fortunes around.

United have had a difficult season, finishing sixth in the Premier League. Ronaldo says the United players are looking forward to working with Ten Hag, but he asks for patience. “

What I know about him is that he did an excellent job with Ajax and that he’s an experienced coach,” Ronaldo told United’s official website. We must, however, give him space. “

Things must alter in the way he desires.’Of course, I hope we succeed because if you succeed, Manchester will succeed as well.’ All the best to him. Ronaldo is optimistic that Ten Hag will put an end to United’s trophy drought. Not only as players, but also as supporters, we are thrilled and excited,” he stated.

I wish him the best of luck, and let us hope that we will win trophies next year. Ronaldo’s words hint that he will likely continue at United next season, despite the fact that they will not be competing in the Champions League.

Despite United’s lack of consistency this season, Ronaldo has managed to score 24 goals, with 18 of them coming in the Premier League.

The 37-year-old’s United contract extends through the summer of 2023, and he’ll be out to make next season one to remember. United has not won the Premier League title or any other silverware since 2013.

At Old Trafford, a complete overhaul of the roster is essential, as many players have underperformed this season. Ten Hag won the KNVB Cup twice and the league title three times with Ajax, but he will be under immediate pressure to make an impression at United.

After a slew of managerial changes since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure in 2013, United are in desperate need of some stability. They began the season under the direction of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with Michael Carrick serving as caretaker before Ralf Rangnick was named interim manager.

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