Cristiano Ronaldo’s commitment has been questioned by Mancester United. He is now unsure if he will purchase Erik ten Ha’s project, which involves a massive rebuild this summer.
Portugal boss Fernando Santos, who claimed Cristiano Ronaldo could leave Manchester United this year, refused to enter the debate on his future. He told Erik ten Ha that he was still the best player around the world.
Following the disappointing campaign in which they finished outside the top four, Old Trafford has been linked to the forward. According to reports, Ronaldo is looking for a new employer that could offer him Champions League football next season.
Ronaldo’s commitment has been questioned. It is unclear if he will purchase Erik ten Hag’s project, which involves a massive rebuild. Rumours continue to circulate until the transfer window closes at the end this summer. However, both the new United manager as well as the player refute these claims.
Santos was questioned about Ronaldo’s future in Portugal’s Nations League tripleheader, but the Portugal gaffer said that he didn’t want any involvement and that it was Ronaldo who decides what he does next.
He stated: “I’ve said it many times, Cristiano [Ronaldo] is the best player in the world. It is his choice [if he wants to stay at Manchester United], it’s a personal decision. It’s not for me to say if I think it’s right or wrong.”
Ten Hag said it was a no-brainer for Ronaldo to play an integral part at Old Trafford’s next season.
The Dutchman answered the question “Ronaldo” when asked if he would include it in his plans. “Of course.”
Then, he was asked what he could expect from Ronaldo. He laughed and responded: “Goals.
When pressed on the Portugal star’s leadership responsibilities, Ten Hag added: “I will speak to Ronaldo about that before I speak to you.”
Ronaldo believes that all players are excited about playing under Ten Hag, and that he can bring silverware next year.
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He stated: “What I know about him is he did a fantastic job for Ajax, that he’s an experienced coach. But we need to give him time. Things need to change the way he wants.
“I hope that we have success. Because if you have success all of Manchester is going be successful. I wish him all the best.
“We are happy and excited, not only as players, but the supporters as well. I wish him the best and let’s believe that, next year, we are going to win trophies.”