‘There’s changes to be made and changes that are happening’: David Beckham expecting big summer at Old Trafford but Manchester United legend remains hopeful Cristiano Ronaldo ‘will stay another year or two’
- David Beckham gave his thoughts on Man United at the Miami Grand Prix
- He thinks the club is in the beginning stages of a massive transformation
- Beckham thinks Cristiano Ronaldo still has plenty to offer the team
David Beckham is expecting a at lot of changes at Manchester United this summer but he doesn’t think Cristiano Ronaldo should be one of them.
Erik ten Hag will take over from Ralf Rangnick at the end of the season and will begin a big overhaul after a disastrous season.
‘There’s changes to be made and changes that are happening,’ Beckham told Sky Sports at the Miami Grand Prix on Sunday.
David Beckham gave his thoughts on Manchester United at the Miami Grand Prix on Sunday
Beckham thinks big changes are underway but Cristiano Ronaldo shouldn’t be one of them
‘It’s a tough end to the season, but it is the end of the season and I’m sure a lot of the fans are thankful of that because it’s been a tough one full of ups and downs.
Speaking about Ronaldo’s future, head said: ‘obviously, Cristiano is one of the best players over the last 15 years with Leo [Messi].
‘To see him hopefully staying on at United is important for the fans and important for him. We know how much United means to him.
‘And he is still doing what he does best. Scoring goals and creating, and that’s what Cristiano does.
‘Even at his age to be doing what he is doing is incredible. Hopefully it continues and hopefully he stays for another year or two.’
Ajax boss Erik ten Hag has been charged with turning things around at Old Trafford
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