Erik ten Hag alludes at Cristiano Ronaldo role now he is staying at Manchester United
Cristiano Ronaldo is a Man United player until January, at any rate, after he neglected to get a transfer in the mid year window.
Erik ten Hag scotched at the idea Cristiano Ronaldo might have a “piece part job” at Manchester United this season.
Notwithstanding long stretches of vulnerability, the transfer window shut with Ronaldo still a United player until January, at any rate.
The 37-year-old has just begun one of United’s five games up until this point this season and Ronaldo arose in the last part for the third game running in United’s success at Leicester on Thursday night.
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Ten Hag has named a similar side in every one of the three matches however is probably going to make changes for the visit of Premier League pioneers Arsenal on Sunday.
“As we said that,” Ten Hag said of Ronaldo remaining. “It’s truly from the get-go in the season and we have a crew. We have more than 11 beginning players, that is the very thing you see now, players now on the seat can play in one, a little while.”
Following a horrendous fourteen days toward the beginning of the time, United have had a stupendous a long time, dominating their last three matches and getting the signings of Casemiro and Antony for a joined charge of £155million.
Joined were lower part of the league table last Monday after a 4-0 whipping at Brentford however have taken off to fifth as they plan to engage Arsenal on Sunday.
Arsenal are the main group in the Football League pyramid with a 100 percent record however have won recently once in the league at Old Trafford beginning around 2006.
Ten Hag downplayed suggestions United had turned a corner with three consecutive wins and said the squad did not dwell on the debacle at Brentford.
“We have to construct the right winning culture and that is also a process and you cannot take one point like Brentford, it’s a strategy, it’s a routine, it’s a way of life, daily based,” he added.
“And what we have to bring to Carrington, the players but also the coaches, the manager, everyone in the club, is high standards.”