Cristiano Ronaldo was one of the players every Manchester United supporter could distance him from the unfruitful season last term as he scored goals that was enough to help the team achieve big things would his teammates performed at the same level.
Ronaldo scored 24 goals in 38 appearance for Manchester United, a performance which was not expected given his age and the intensity of the Premier League.
And while speaking about next season, the Portuguese forward warned Manchester United chiefs concerning their take on the club after landing new manager Erik Ten Hag which they should not ignore if they are seriously willing to move the club ot another level.
Ronaldo made it clear that United should allow manager Ten Hag to change things the way he wants and supporters be patient as he expressed how he believe the Dutch manager will help the Old Trafford side win big trophies in the coming years.
The Dutch boss needs to control Manchester United transfers for the club to have players that they need rather than forcing players the way they have been doing in the past. Ten Hag should be given all materials he wants the same way Ronaldo suggested and that is the only way United will come back to top.
Ours is to wait and see what happens in the coming season as Ten Hag will be fighting to bring Manchester United to the levels fans are demanding.
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