Manchester United are close to landing a new manager with the summer close by
Cristiano Ronaldo is of the believe that Man United need a more attacking minded manager should a change be made possible.
The Red Devils having left the shackles of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer are pushing to recover as they reignite fight for 4th place.
Although it hasn’t been an easy one with Arsenal and Tottenham putting up a worthy fight, United are keen they can secure a top 4 finish.
Just as planned even before the appointment of former Leipzig manager; Ralf Rangnick, Manchester United are already hunting for a permanent manager.
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The club having drawn up a long list of wanted managers consider Mauricio Pochettino and Erik Ten Hag as the top 2.
Pochettino is hanging on a fence at Paris Saint German after crashing out of the UEFA champions league following shameful loss to Real Madrid despite taking an early lead on both legs.
On the other hand, Erik Ten Hag is keen on an exit move as he advances towards fulfilling his promise of leaving Ajax at the end of the current season.
Been faced between chosing one of these two names, United look to make the wisest decision as Ronaldo believe the most attacking manager would turn things around.
“The club culture is to attack and clearly we have not been doing that so well these last days,” Ronaldo said.
“The news say alot about new manager coming and not coming but I hope the club knows the best thing to do.
“There are team of professionals in the club who know how to make these decisions, my role is to play and help the team win games.
“But in any thing that is done, I know they will consider the most attacking minded manager because it’s what we need now.