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Ten Hag excited about potential Ronaldo future

Cristiano Ronaldo was named a "great" by approaching Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag, who is tingling to work with the Portugal incredible.

Veteran forward Ronaldo got back to United from Juventus on a two-year bargain, with the Red Devils holding a choice to expand that by a further a year.

In spite of scoring 18 Premier League objectives in 30 first class appearances this term there have been thunderings Ronaldo could stop his return toward the finish of a massively disappointing season for the club.

Joined are 6th heading into their last round of the mission against Crystal Palace on Sunday, with rout allowing West Ham the opportunity to jump them in the standings.

However, Ten Hag, addressing Dutch distribution De Telegraaf, expressed plainly he is energized by the possibility of working with one of the untouched greats.

"I'm anticipating working with him," said Ten Hag. "Ronaldo is a great, in light of what he has proactively shown, and I think he is still exceptionally aggressive.

"Obviously I need to keep him in. He has been vital for Manchester United for the current year and can show extraordinary insights."

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