Cristiano Ronaldo seemingly confirms he WON’T quit Man United as he hails Erik ten Hag 


‘I was – and still am – very happy to be here. I still believe’: Cristiano Ronaldo seemingly confirms he WON’T quit Man United, but warns the club ‘things need to change’ as he hails new boss Erik ten Hag

  • Cristiano Ronaldo has one year remaining on his contract at Manchester United 
  • The forward endured a woeful first season back as United struggled to sixth
  • However, the Portuguese star insisted he is still happy to stay at Old Trafford
  • The 37-year-old believes United can become successful under Erik ten Hag

Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo appeared to commit his future to Old Trafford as he insisted he is happy to be at the club as he prepares for life under new boss Erik ten Hag. 

The Portugal international made a sensational return to the Premier League club last summer but endured a disappointing season as the Red Devils scrambled to finish sixth on the final day of the season. 

The 37-year-old has one year remaining on his deal at United and, despite the club’s recent woes, remains optimistic about the club’s future under Ten Hag but insisted ‘things need to change’.

In an interview with the club, Ronaldo said: ‘I was happy of course to be back at a club that really raised my career. So it was unbelievable. 

‘The feeling when I (came) back again, it was nice to feel the supporters. The happines of them as great.

‘I was – and still am – very happy to be here.’

More to follow. 

Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo appeared to commit his future to Old Trafford

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