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Brother Tan: "Ronaldo? I want him to stay at Manchester United" Israel today


The Red Devils' new coach was interviewed in the Netherlands and referred to the Portuguese star: "He is huge, he was a very important player this season" • On Europe: "It hurts me not to be in the Champions League, but at least I will be in the Premier League"

In an interview published this morning (Monday) in the Netherlands, Manchester United's new coach, Eric Tenn the brother, referred to the star of his team, Cristiano Ronaldo and provided a very interesting statement.

"Of course I would like him to stay in the team," said Brother Tan.

"He is huge, he was a very important player this season at United and can continue to give beautiful numbers. He is ambitious and has already proven that."

The coach also referred to the situation of the Red Devils and the fact that they will not play in the Champions League next season: "It hurts me that we will not be there and also for the team. I will miss this factory but at least I will be in the Premier League."

Erik ten Hag on Man Utd plans for Cristiano Ronaldo: “I want to keep Cristiano at Man United, of course.

He has been very important for this club ”, tells @MikeVerweij.

🔴🇵🇹 #MUFC

“Ronaldo is a giant, because of everything he has shown so far and because of how ambitious he is”.

- Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) May 16, 2022

As I recall, the Portuguese said of his new coach yesterday: "What I know about him is that he has done a fantastic job for Ajax, that he is an experienced coach. But we have to give him time. Things have to change as he wants. I hope he has success of course, because if you will "If he succeeds, every Manchester will also have success. I wish him the best."

Eric Tan Brother.

Leaving Ajax with championship, Photo: EPA

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