Manchester United forward Anthony Elanga has opened up about Cristiano Ronaldo and his impact in his debut season for the club. This season has been a write-off for the club despite promising so much at the start. United was expected to challenge for the Premier League title but has fallen by the wayside. They find themselves in sixth place and even out of the race for the top four.

“Sometimes things don’t go our way. All the best teams go through spells like this. It’s all about looking back at this at the end of the season and seeing what we can do better,” Manchester United forward Anthony Elanga said. “We still have two games left and it’s about finishing the season as strongly as possible. We just have to regroup and start the new season firing.”

“You can see the way Ajax are playing in Europe. He’s a great manager with a fantastic record in Europe. I’ve seen how good he is with developing young players, so that’s one of the reasons I’m really excited to work with him,” he added. “Obviously we’re focused on finishing the season strongly but we’re also feeling very, very positive about next year. His experience in Europe, developing young players like myself and we’ve got other young players coming up. He’ll bring exciting football to Old Trafford. It all starts from pre-season and how we take in his instructions and tactics. He’ll be a great addition to the club and I’m really, really excited to work with him.”

“Playing 25 games for the first team and making my international debut, I’ve personally learned a huge amount,” Elanga continued. “Despite what’s happened this season, I still feel I’ve learned a lot and I’m ready to take my game to the next level next season.”

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