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Man United manager Erik ten Hag must 'engage' with Cristiano Ronaldo to keep him urges Chris Armas... with the assistant coach to Ralf Rangnick insisting the wantaway star still has 'so much to give' at Old Trafford Chris Armas was assistant to Ralf Rangnick at Manchester United last season He worked with Cristiano Ronaldo, who now wants to leave the Red Devils Armas has urged Erik ten Hag to take a hands-on approach to keep Ronaldo 

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Former Manchester United coach Chris Armas has urged Erik ten Hag to take a hands-on approach to ensure Cristiano Ronaldo remains at Old Trafford.

Armas served as assistant to Ralf Rangnick during the German's six-month spell as interim manager last season.

He worked alongside Ronaldo, who now wishes to leave the club, after United failed to qualify for the Champions League by missing out on the top four.

Ex-Manchester United assistant coach Chris Armas has urged Erik ten Hag to 'engage' with Cristiano Ronaldo

Ex-Manchester United assistant coach Chris Armas has urged Erik ten Hag to 'engage' with Cristiano Ronaldo

Armas believes Ten Hag must take a hands-on approach to ensure they keep their star man

Armas believes Ten Hag must take a hands-on approach to ensure they keep their star man

Armas has told Sky Sports that Ten Hag must engage with their star player, believing that he still has 'so much to give' at the Red Devils.

The American coach said: 'He's a big part of the team and he's still a guy that produced so it would be my job to figure out how to get all that talent and all that fire and experience of winning and challenge him as much as I could.

'I think the most important thing is to engage with Cristiano. He's got so much to give, again his commitment to winning and scoring.

'Each guy has their different type of leadership - he can certainly be a leader in his way and my goal

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