Ralf Rangnick says Cristiano Ronaldo‘s Manchester United future might be one of many matters up for dialogue when he lastly will get an opportunity to fulfill new supervisor Erik ten Hag.
Rangnick insists he’ll “undoubtedly” take up his consultancy position subsequent season regardless of sources telling ESPN the 63-year-old is ready to simply accept a suggestion to take over as coach of Austria‘s nationwide workforce.
Ronaldo scored United’s equaliser within the 1-1 draw with Chelsea on Thursday — his twenty third aim of the season — however Rangnick accepts the 37-year-old’s future stays up within the air.
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“We must discuss it between us; with Erik [ten Hag], myself and the board,” stated Rangnick when requested whether or not Ronaldo will keep at Previous Trafford subsequent season.
“Cristiano has one other yr of contract and it’s additionally vital to see and discover out what Cristiano desires to do and see if he desires to remain.
“I haven’t been capable of converse with Erik to this point and it doesn’t make sense to discuss it [Ronaldo’ future] proper now.”
Talking after the draw with Chelsea, Rangnick stated the small print of his advisory position have now been clarified with the board.
He prompt the submit would centre on the membership’s recruitment and stated that even when Ronaldo stays, United followers can count on a minimum of one striker to reach in the summertime.
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“There needs to be a deal with bringing in a few new strikers, that is for positive,” he added.
“Not solely the aim Cristiano scored however his complete efficiency, his perspective at age of 37, this isn’t regular to do this. If he performs like he did at the moment he can nonetheless be an enormous assist to this workforce.
“It’s Erik’s and Cristiano’s determination for what he can do subsequent however at the moment his efficiency was actually nice.”