Manchester United is ready to endure main modifications after one other disappointing season however former midfielder David Beckham hopes Cristiano Ronaldo sticks round for at the least one other yr.
United’s 4-0 hammering at Brighton & Hove Albion on the weekend means they can’t end increased than sixth.
The Old Trafford facet has appointed Ajax Amsterdam supervisor Erik ten Hag to interchange interim boss Ralf Rangnick from the tip of the present marketing campaign, with the Dutchman anticipated to revamp the squad throughout the shut season.
Ronaldo has scored 24 targets in all competitions this season and Beckham, who additionally wore United’s quantity seven jersey, hopes the 37-year-old ahead will keep on.
“It’s important to him — we all know how much United means to him. He’s still doing what he does best,” Beckham instructed Sky Sports on the Miami Grand Prix.
“To be doing what he’s doing at his age is really incredible so hopefully it continues for another year or two.”
Beckham, who received six Premier League titles at United, stated followers had caught by the facet via some tough occasions, with United’s final league title coming within the 2012-2013 season.
“It’s been a tough end to the season. But it is the end of the season, I’m sure a lot of fans are thankful of that because it’s been a tough one — full of ups and downs,” he stated.
“The gamers have finished what they’ll do greatest, so has the supervisor. I turned up on the stadium a number of months again and each seat was stuffed so the followers nonetheless consider, they assist, they flip up for the workforce.
“It’s what United fans do. There’s not many teams to have gone through what they’ve gone through in the last few years and still filling out their stadium. There will be changes.”
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