David Beckham feels pleased with the changes at Manchester United but wishes Cristiano Ronaldo stays
David Beckham says he welcomes change at Manchester United ahead of the 2022/23 season, but that Cristiano Ronaldo will continue to be a part of the club’s goals. According to recent reports, the former United midfielder expressed his thoughts on the successor to his legendary No 7 shirt, stating that fans want the 37-year-old to stay until the end of his contract in 2023.
He also discussed the challenges of interim head coach Ralf Rangnick, who will be replaced by Ajax boss Erik ten Hag this summer, and how he feels fans will be “grateful” that the current season is coming to an end in two weeks.
Beckham stated that he believes some improvements need to be made and that adjustments are already occurring. The season has concluded with a bang. But now that the season is over, he’s sure a lot of fans are relieved because it’s been a long one with many ups and downs. The players, as well as the manager, have done their best. When I went to the stadium a few months ago, every seat was occupied, indicating that the people still believe, support, and support the team.
He went on to say that this is exactly what United supporters do. There aren’t many clubs who have gone through what they have in recent years while still packing their stadium. There will be adjustments. On Ronaldo’s future, he said that, together with Leo, Cristiano is without a doubt one of the best players of the last 15 years. For the supporters, seeing him stay on, preferably at United, is crucial.
It’s also crucial to him, and we all know how much he cares for Man United. He’s still scoring goals, which is what he does best. Cristiano does exactly that. He also stated that accomplishing what he is doing at his age is quite remarkable and that he hopes to continue doing so for another year or two.