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David Beckham wants Cristiano Ronaldo to stay at Man Utd despite exit rumours

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David Beckham has supported star player, Cristiano Rojo to remain at Manchester United this Summer.

The 37-year-old Portugal captain has scored 24 goals for his club in 2021-22 season, but this has not been enough for a trophy or qualification to the Champions League.

Erik ten Hag, the new manager of the club, could replace Ronaldo, despite Ronaldo still having one year on his contract.

Beckham spoke to Sky Sports regarding the possibility of Ronaldo staying at Old Trafford.

“Obviously, Cristiano has been a great player over the past 15 years. He was with Leo [Messi]. It is both important for the fans as well as for him to see him staying at United. We all know how important United is to him.

He is still doing what he loves best. Cristiano is a goal-scorer and creator.

It is amazing that he can do what he does at such a young age. It is a great thing that he continues to do and I hope he stays another year.

Manchester united is slipping towards the end under interim boss Ralf Rangnick. They have lost three of their last five matches including Saturday’s 4-0 defeat by Brighton.

Beckham said that there are changes and they are happening. He made 394 appearances between 1992 and 2003.

“It’s a difficult season to end, but it’s the end of the season. I’m sure many fans are grateful for that, because it’s been tough.

“The manager and the players have done their best, but we are proud of what they did.” You still show up at the stadium. A few months ago, every seat was taken.

“The fans believe in the team and support it. They will continue to show their support because United fans are united.

“There are not many teams who have been through the United experience in the last few years, and still sell out their stadium. It speaks volumes about the beliefs and passions of the fans.

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