After many rumors of a change, Cristiano Ronaldo expresses his feelings at ManUnited and describes himself as happy. He is very impressed by his new coach – and doesn’t see his career at the end yet.

Ronaldo talks about himself and the new coach: Cristiano Ronaldo will probably stay at Manchester United for at least another year, as he indicated in an interview with his own club. He remains “very happy,” he says. In the conversation, the top star also finds words of praise for United’s new coach Erik ten Hag. “He did a fantastic job at Ajax. But we have to give him time and do things the way he wants.”

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No interest in retiring: Even at the age of 37, the Portuguese is far from thinking about retiring. “I’m still motivated to keep going, just keep working hard. This game is still my passion.” Ronaldo’s contract with the Red Devils runs until 2023.

Less Premier League points than ever before: The past season was disappointing for Manchester United. No titles, just barely reaching the Europa League and finishing the league with the worst points tally in the club’s history in the Premier League. The squad is to be rebuilt in the summer. In this context, there was also speculation about a departure from Ronaldo.