Modas Al Shami (Dubai)
Cristiano Ronaldo has sparked controversy over his future with Manchester United in recent months, especially with the arrival of coach Eric Den Hawk, who has focused on young players, but “Dawn” has turned all expectations upside down and decided not to leave. , Ronaldo’s statements have been opened through the official website.The door to his club, future conditions, talks with Manchester United about the transfer of the player to a role similar to new coach Den Hawke next season, which is in line with Ronaldo’s promise of help. The young players will turn Old Trafford into proud days next season.
The “Mirror” newspaper also confirmed that Ronaldo has expressed his desire to help the youngsters return to club success, adding that he believes he is committed to helping a new coach known for his confidence in young players. The club’s prestigious academy will be a driving force in this structure.
Ronaldo said on the club’s website: “I support giving the younger generation the opportunity to represent the future. We must give them time and opportunity, and allow them to grow naturally without pressure. We must sacrifice and work hard to achieve success. , Because I want to help them. “
“Mirror” said that Ronaldo will prepare 5 young talents that he will focus on in the future and serve to rehabilitate and attack them next season. After Ronaldo consoled him for missing a decisive penalty kick against Middlesbrough, he was influential.
Spanish-born Argentine international Alejandro Canacho has scored 10 goals in seven appearances for the youth team, ensuring he wins the FA Cup and will be one of United’s rising stars. Jimmy Murphy Award for Best Player last season, as well as the Tunisian International Hannibal. Mbjri will be one of the names to take advantage of Ronaldo’s new role during the Den Haque era, with the exception of Alvaro Fernandez, who won the U-23 Player of the Year award from Real Madrid in 2020 and has held several positions on the field, as well as Charlie McNeill as one of the Mirror’s talents. Is expected to be. McNeill, who has scored more than 600 goals at the youth level, looks forward to a better future with the “Devils” in the coming era.
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