Ronaldo’s teammates at Man United have rallied behind Red Devil’s boss Ten Hag, want him to go

Ronaldo’s teammates at Man United have rallied behind Red Devil’s boss Ten Hag, want him to go


Cristiano Ronaldo’s Manchester United team-mates don’t expect the wantaway forward to be a part of the squad when the Premier League resumes after the World Cup, according to reports.  

United have been discussing Ronaldo’s future at Old Trafford following his explosive interview with Piers Morgan and could have the grounds to terminate his contract after he lashed out at Erik ten Hag and the club.

Ronaldo’s team-mates have reportedly sided with Ten Hag after the 37-year-old launched a scathing attack on the manager and are said to be tired of Ronaldo’s ‘whining over his perceived mistreatment’ this season.

Clips of Ronaldo’s conversation with Morgan have been dropping on social media all week, with the full interview due to be aired on Wednesday and Thursday.

In the clips that were aired on Sunday evening, Ronaldo was heard accusing Ten Hag and the United executives of trying to force him out of the club, claiming he felt “betrayed”. Ronaldo also launched an astonishing attack on United’s former manager Ralf Rangnick, claiming the 64-year-old is “not even a coach”.

We previously reported how Ronaldo’s team-mates were “hugely disappointed” in the 37-year-old, who told United he wanted to leave in the summer. They felt he has disrespected the club and the current manager by speaking in the way that he did during the interview with Morgan.

Sources are now stating that his team-mates don’t want him to return to training at United after the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

The “majority” of the squad have reportedly sided with Ten Hag and they believe reconciliation between the manager and the player is off the cards.  Ronaldo’s team-mates are also fed up of Ronaldo’s “whining over his perceived mistreatment”.

The United hierarchy, comprising of Joel Glazer, Richard Arnold, John Murtough and Ten Hag, have been discussing how to deal with the situation. They have reportedly taken legal advice about how they should proceed with the forward.

United are yet to confirmed their plan of actio.

  • Agencies report
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