Ronaldo backs Ten Hag to convey at Manchester United.

Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo communicated certainty that approaching director Erik ten Hag will be a solid match at Old Trafford yet cautioned that the Dutchman should be managed the cost of time assuming United are to get back to winning ways.

Hypothesis has been overflowing about Ronaldo’s future at United following a prize less mission and their inability to fit the bill for the Champions League this season.

“What I have some familiarity with him is he worked effectively for Ajax (Amsterdam), that he’s an accomplished mentor,” Ronaldo told the club site on Friday. “Be that as it may, we really want to give him time. Things need to fundamentally have an impact on the manner in which he needs.”

The 37-year-old has been among the couple of brilliant flashes for United in a generally loathsome season under interval supervisor Ralf Rangnick, scoring multiple times in all contests.

“I want to believe that we have achievement, obviously, on the grounds that, assuming you have achievement, all of Manchester will have accomplishment also. I hope everything works out for him,” added the Portuguese.

“We are cheerful and energized, as players, however the allies also,” Ronaldo said. “We should accept that one year from now we will win prizes.”

Ten Hag, who has marked a three-year contract, comes to United after five seasons at Ajax, where he drove the side to three association titles and two Dutch Cup wins.

Joined together, 6th in the association, travel to Crystal Palace for the last round of the time on May 22.